Clothes ielts speaking – speaking about clothes

Do you prefer to wear comfortable and casual clothes or smart clothes?

Oh, I definitely lean towards comfortable and casual clothes. You know, there’s just something about being able to move around freely without feeling all restricted that I really appreciate. Plus, casual wear suits most of my daily activities, whether I’m hanging out with friends or just running errands. I do dress up for special occasions, of course, but if I had to choose, I’d pick comfort every time.


  1. Lean towards: To show a preference or inclination for something.
  2. Restricted: Limited in movement, action, or freedom.
  3. Appreciate: Recognize the full worth of something or be grateful for something.
  4. Casual wear: Informal clothing suitable for everyday use.
  5. Suits: To be appropriate or fitting for.
  6. Running errands: Doing various small tasks or chores.
  7. Dress up: To wear formal or special clothes for occasions.
  8. Special occasions: Important events or celebrations that are often marked by ceremonies or festivities.
  9. Comfort: A state of physical ease and freedom from pain or constraint.

Do you spend a lot of time choosing clothes?

Not really, I’m pretty quick when it comes to picking out clothes. I tend to stick to a sort of personal uniform – you know, a few favorite styles and colors that I know work for me. This way, I don’t have to spend ages every morning deciding what to wear. It’s more about grabbing something I like and that I’m comfortable in, so I can get on with my day without too much fuss.


  1. Personal uniform: A consistent style of dress that an individual prefers and regularly wears.
  2. Styles: Distinctive forms or types of clothing.
  3. Deciding: Making a choice or coming to a resolution.
  4. Comfortable: Providing physical ease and relaxation.
  5. Fuss: Unnecessary excitement or activity.

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Do you like wearing T-shirts?

Yeah, I’m a big fan of T-shirts. They’re just so versatile and comfortable, perfect for most casual occasions. I love that I can dress them up with a nice jacket for a more polished look, or just keep it simple and relaxed for everyday wear. Plus, there’s such a huge variety of designs and colors, so it’s always easy to find something that reflects my personal style.

Advanced Vocabulary:

  1. Versatile: Able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.
  2. Casual occasions: Informal events or situations.
  3. Polished look: A refined, finished, or elegant appearance.
  4. Relaxed: Free from tension and anxiety; at ease.
  5. Variety: A number or range of different things of the same general class.
  6. Reflects: Shows a representation of.

What kind of clothes do you like to wear?

Well, I’m all about comfort, so you’ll usually find me in casual wear like jeans and a comfy t-shirt. I’m big on layering too, especially with a cozy sweater or a cool jacket, depending on the weather. And for shoes, I usually go for sneakers because they’re just so practical and go with almost everything. I guess my style is pretty laid-back but functional.

Advanced Vocabulary:

  1. Casual wear: Clothing that is comfortable and informal, suitable for everyday use.
  2. Layering: Wearing several clothes on top of each other for style or warmth.
  3. Cozy: Providing comfort and warmth; snug.
  4. Practical: Suitable for the actual use; sensible.
  5. Laid-back: Relaxed and easy-going in nature.
  6. Functional: Designed to be practical and useful rather than just attractive.

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