6 Clothes & Fashion Related Phrasal Verbs
As this week we have been discussing fashion trends, we thought we would share some of our favourite fashion related phrasal verbs with you! Remember that each of these can be used in a variety of different situations.
Sell Out – When a shop sells all of their stock of a particular item.
- The clothes shop had sold out of their new summer t shirts.
Try On – To test to see if a particular clothing item fits or looks good.
- Before I buy any t shirts, I always try them on
Go With – For one item to suit or compliment another.
- Whenever I buy a new top, I always think about whether or not it will go with my other clothes.
Take Back – To return an item after purchase.
- I am going to take my jeans back to Zara because I found a hole in them.
Hang Up – To put something on a hanger or hook.
- When I get home from work, I always hang up my clothes.
Put On – To wear something
- Whenever I wake up in the morning, I always think about what clothes to put on.
Lets see if you can put these phrasal verbs in context.
- My new jeans are the wrong size so I need to________________.
- My brown belt really__________ my brown shoes.
- We need to get to the shop quickly all they will_________ of their stock.
- I always_______ clothes before I buy them because I want to make sure they look good.
- I_______ my clothes in the wardrobe.
- Before bed I always_______ my pyjamas.