What are you wearing?
wear = have clothes on your body
You wear clothes.
This is the most common verb used to talk about clothes.
What are you wearing today?
I’m going to wear my new shoes to school tomorrow!
He wore a tie yesterday.
I haven’t worn this dress in ages [=in a long time]!
- Similar to wear, you can also have clothes on or have on clothes.
What is she wearing? She has a red sweater on.
Have you seen Ben today? He has on a new suit!
= to put clothes on yourself or someone else
- After you dress yourself, you are wearing clothes.
It’s cold outside so dress warmly! [= put on warm clothing]
I always dress to impress!
She likes to dress her children in stylish clothing.
- Dressed as an adjective. It means ‘wearing clothes.’
She is dressed in a vintage Givenchy gown.
We are dressed for success!
She is always so well-dressed.
I’m not dressed for this kind of weather.
- Get dressed = put clothes on (yourself); this is more common and less formal than dress.
Aren’t you dressed yet? Hurry up and get dressed!
I didn’t get dressed until after lunch!
In the morning I wake up, shower, get dressed, and then eat breakfast.