With these French clothing words under your belt (so to speak!) you’ll be able to describe what someone is wearing, or what you’re looking for when shopping for clothes in France.
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“Les vètements” means “clothes or garments” in general, and the following short list of essential items will give you shopping power when it comes to asking for what you want.
Clothes or Garments
Hosiery, stockings and tights
You might want to add some descriptions to that list, and this is what that would look like:
Les sous-vêtements pour homme
Les pulls en laine
Les chaussettes pour enfants
Les chaussures d'hiver
Le pantalon chaud
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