blazer /ˈbleɪzə/ a jacket, not worn with matching trousers, often showing the colours or badge of a club, school, team, etc. Example:
blouse /ˈblaʊz/ a piece of clothing like a shirt, worn by women Example:
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:
cardigan /ˈkɑːdɪɡ(ə)n/ a jacket made of wool like a sweater but fastened with buttons down the front Example:
dress /dres/ (n) a piece of women’s clothing that is made in one piece and covers the body down to the legs, sometimes reaching to below the knees, or to the ankles Example: She can make a dress for herself.
high heels /hʌɪ hiːlz/ shoes that have very high heels, usually worn by women Example:
overalls /ˈəʊvərɔːlz/ a piece of clothing that covers both the upper and lower parts of the body and is worn especially over other clothes to protect them Example: She put on some overalls and got out a tin of paint.
purse /pəːs/ a small bag made of leather, plastic, etc. for carrying coins and often also paper money, cards, etc., used especially by women Example:
skirt /skɜːt/ (n) a piece of clothing for a woman or girl that hangs from the middle part of the body Example: I like the red skirt more than the blue one.