belt /belt/ (n) a long narrow piece of leather, cloth, etc. that you wear around the middle part of your body Example: Around his waist he wore a belt.
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:
clothes /kləʊðz/ (n) the things that you wear, such as trousers, dresses and jackets Example: She was wearing casual clothes.
jeans /dʒiːnz/ trousers made of denim (= a type of strong cotton) Example: Jeans are popular among the young.
loafers /ˈləʊfə a flat leather shoe that you can put on your foot without fastening it Example: You can put your loafers and ties in there as well.
overcoat /ˈəʊvəkəʊt/ a long warm coat worn in cold weather Example:
shirt /ʃɜːt/ (n) a piece of clothing (usually for men), worn on the upper part of the body, made of light cloth, with sleeves and usually with a collar and buttons down the front Example: He had a shirt and tie on.
suit /suːt/ (n) a set of clothes made of the same cloth, including a jacket and trousers or a skirt Example: He was wearing a grey business suit.
tie /taɪ/ (n) a long, narrow piece of cloth worn around the neck, especially by men, with a knot in front Example: He was dressed impeccably in a suit and tie.
trousers /ˈtraʊzəz/ (n) a piece of clothing that covers the lower body and is divided into two parts to cover each leg separately Example: He dropped his trousers.
vest /vɛst/ a piece of underwear worn under a shirt, etc. next to the skin Example: