dress /dres/ (noun) a piece of clothing that is made in one piece and hangs down to cover the body as far as the legs, sometimes reaching to below the knees, or to the ankles Example: She can make a dress for herself.
clothes /kləʊðz/ (noun) the things that you wear, such as trousers, dresses and jackets Example: She was wearing casual clothes.
skirt /skɜːrt/ (noun) a piece of clothing that hangs from the middle part of the body Example: I like the red skirt more than the blue one.
boots /buːts/ a company with shops in almost every town in Britain. The shops provide pharmaceutical services (= they prepare medicines) and sell a wide range of health and beauty products, as well as some food. The company also provides eye-care services. The company was founded in Nottingham in 1849. Example:
blouse /blaʊs/ (noun) a piece of clothing like a shirt, worn by women Example:
high heels /ˌhaɪ ˈhiːlz/ (noun) shoes that have very high heels Example:
overalls /ˌəʊvərˈɔːl/ (adjective) including all the things or people that are involved in a particular situation; general Example: She put on some overalls and got out a tin of paint.
purse /pɜːrs/ (noun) a small bag made of leather, plastic, etc. for carrying coins and often also paper money, cards, etc., used especially by women Example:
cardigan /ˈkɑːrdɪɡən/ (noun) a jacket made of wool like a sweater but fastened with buttons down the front Example:
blazer /ˈbleɪzər/ (noun) a jacket, not worn with matching trousers, often showing the colours or badge of a club, school, team, etc. Example:
tank top /ˈtæŋk tɑːp/ (noun) a sweater without arms Example: