Women had different kinds of clothes. Skirts, dresses and high-heeled shoes are usually seen as women’s clothing.
See also Men’s Clothing Vocabulary.
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- 1 Women’s Clothing Names in English
- 1.1 Wedding dress
- 1.2 Sweater
- 1.3 T-shirt
- 1.4 Sheath dress
- 1.5 Dress
- 1.6 Gym clothes
- 1.7 Bra
- 1.8 Tank top
- 1.9 Shorts
- 1.10 Hoodie
- 1.11 Jeans
- 1.12 Long coat
- 1.13 Uniform
- 1.14 Coat
- 1.15 Dress pants
- 1.16 Swimsuit
- 1.17 Long-sleeve top
- 1.18 Skirt
- 1.19 Thong
- 1.20 Hat
- 1.21 Necklace
- 1.22 Ring
- 1.23 Earrings
- 1.24 Perfume
- 1.25 Mittens
- 1.26 Sunglasses
- 1.27 Handbag
- 1.28 Bracelet
- 1.29 Purse
- 1.30 Watch
- 1.31 Umbrella
- 1.32 Scarf
- 1.33 Slip
- 1.34 High-heeled shoes
- 1.35 Flip-flops
- 1.36 Boots
- 1.37 Stockings
- 1.38 Jacket
- 2 English Vocabulary: Women’s Clothing | Pictures
- 3 Women’s Clothing | Vocabulary for Kids
Women’s Clothing Names in English
– Her wedding dress was absolutely exquisite.
– The new sweater was a tight fit.
– $70 for a T-shirt! What a rip-off!
– Sheath dresses will be worn under coats and jackets.
– I will not wear this dress if you object to it.
– Susan’s gym clothes did not fit her very well.
– You need a new bra.
– A tank top is perfectly suitable for dining in a fancy restaurant.
– She was dressed casually in shorts and a T-shirt.
– My sister wears her lovely hoodie every day.
– Jeans are popular among the young.
– I hate this long coat.
– I don’t like the color of our uniform.
– I bought a coat, shoes and a new wallet.
– She wears a jacket and dress pants, not a robe.
– She was a good swimmer in her swimsuit.
– Emma has already bought a long-sleeve top.
– The skirt was below fourty dollars.
– Women felt a thong was too revealing to wear in public.
– I recognized Mary by her hat.
– My husband gave me a $ 25, 000 necklace.
– She selected a gold ring.
– She wore a pair of earrings.
– I can smell your perfume a mile away.
– I think I need a pair of mittens.
– Her sunglasses had fallen into the pond.
– The girl bought a nice handbag.
– The bracelet is very beautiful.
– The lady put her wallet in her purse.
– I check my watch.
– She let down her umbrella and furled it.
– She unwound the scarf from her neck.
– This is her slip.
– I want to have a pair of high-heeled shoes.
– I don’t want to meet him in my flip – flops.
– She put on the boots.
– She has lost a pair of stockings.
– She’s only wearing a thin summer jacket.