Words of Topic: Clothing

Word group for topic: Clothing, it helps both IELTS and TOEFL test takers prepare speaking and writing answers on this particular topic.
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 Word Group By Topic: Clothing
fashionable  Speak
a.
in fashion
It's becoming fashionable to have long hair again.
fashion house  Speak
n.
an establishment in which fashionable clothes are designed, made, and sold
There is no difference for me between working in a fashion house and working in an opera.
fashion icon  Speak
n.
a person or thing that is very well known as being highly fashionable
Only Marilyn has proved as enduring a fashion icon.
fashion show  Speak
n.
an event where modals show off the latest in fashion designs
After all, Oscar night is the biggest fashion show in the world.
old fashioned  Speak
a.
not modern, belonging to or typical of a time in the past
She's very old-fashioned in her outlook.
tie  Speak
n.
a long narrow piece of cloth that is worn round the neck under a shirt collar and tied in a knot at the front
Jason had taken off his jacket and loosened his tie.
suit  Speak
n.
a set of outer clothes made of the same fabric and designed to be worn together, typically consisting of a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt
All the businessmen were wearing pinstripe suits.
shorts  Speak
n.
short pants that reach only to the thighs or knees
She put on a pair of shorts and a T-shirt.
T-shirt  Speak
n.
a cotton shirt with no collar or buttons. T-shirts usually have short sleeves
I was only wearing a T-shirt when the rain started.
trousers  Speak
n.
a piece of clothing that you wear over your body from the waist downwards, and that cover each leg separately.
I need a new pair of trousers to go with this jacket.
suitcase  Speak
n.
a box or bag with a handle and a hard frame in which you carry your clothes when you are travelling
It did not take Andrew long to pack a suitcase.
dress  Speak
n.
a piece of clothing for a woman or girl that covers the body and part or all of the legs
She was wearing a black dress.
flip flop  Speak
n.
open shoes which are held on your feet by a strap that goes between your toes
What is the difference between flip flops and sandals?
waistcoat  Speak
n.
a sleeveless piece of clothing with buttons which people usually wear over a shirt
His waistcoat was riding up over his stomach.
backpack  Speak
n.
a bag with shoulder straps that allow it to be carried on one's back
She found a seat, stowed her backpack and sat down.
briefcase  Speak
n.
a case used for carrying documents in
Her briefcase was stuffed full of papers.
Casual Clothes  Speak
n.
a description for clothes that make a person look relaxed and at ease, not formal
He was wearing casual clothes, not his school ones.
vintage clothes  Speak
n.
clothes from an earlier period
He went into the Canada's biggest vintage clothing Store.
smart clothes  Speak
n.
the kind of clothes worn for a formal event
He had used the money to hire smart clothes for his wedding.
second-hand  Speak
a.
things are not new and have been owned by someone else
I've only bought second hand clothes in 2017.
keen on  Speak
a.
really like
Mary isn't keen on her new boss.
stylish  Speak
a.
looking good, fashionable
I am looking for something stylish to wear to a race meeting.
abandon  Speak
v.
to leave someone or something behind, give up
We had to abandon the car.
fancy  Speak
v.
feel a desire or liking for
I really fancy ice skating in Dublin sometime soon.
mix and match  Speak
v.
change different styles or colors
I They can mix and match their uniform, wearing either a sweatshirt or blouse with trousers or a skirt.
heap  Speak
n.
an untidy pile or mass of things
His clothes lay in a heap on the floor.
ridiculous  Speak
a.
stupid or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at
It's ridiculous to expect a two-year-old to be able to read!
denim  Speak
n.
the material that jeans are made of
Suddenly, a quick small vision comes to me of a cool, gently black guy in blue denim.
trendy  Speak
a.
modern and influenced by the most recent fashions or ideas
He writes for some trendy magazine for the under-30s.