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C1-C2 Vocabulary for describing clothes

What do you look like if you’re dressed to the nines? And what about being dressed to kill? In this quiz you’ll find all the expressions you’ll need for describing clothes within an advanced level.

Created by blogdeserena

C1- C2 Vocabulary for describing clothes

Here you have a huge list of adjectives for describing clothes.

Choose the best option for the blank.

Quiz by Serena

If you're wearing skimpy clothes...

Clothes are brightly coloured.

_________clothes are comfortable and not worn in formal situations.

Clothes are unfashionable and dull are...

_____clothes usually refers to a woman dressed in dull and unfashionable clothes. (sexist attitude?)

All the rage means ...

If colours ________, they look nice together.

A _______ garment is one that has edges that have become loose and stick out.

If you are dressed up to the nines...

If you are __________, you look very attractive in what you're wearing.

Clothes and materials that are________ will stay in good condition for a long time.

__________clothes are very small and do not cover much of your body.

_________clothes, carpets etc are thin and in bad condition because they have been used a lot.

________clothes are fashionable and attractive.

You look dishevelled. That is...

  1. _______clothes are unpleasantly dirty.

Clothes that are bright, fashionable and attractive.

Your clothes are so brightly coloured they're unpleasant to look at.

_____________ things, especially clothes are ones which someone no longer uses because they are  old, or no longer fit and which they give to someone else or throw away.

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