Clothes in Spanish
This free audio lesson is on the topic of clothes in Spanish. This list of clothes in Spanish describes outerwear, underwear, footwear and swimwear! This is an essential lesson if you are planning on shopping in a Spanish speaking country!
A handy hint is to say the Spanish name for your clothes as you put them on. You can also reinforce your recall of these different types of Spanish clothes by using the Testing at the bottom of the page!
Resources for further reading:
Talking about Clothes in Spanish
Outerwear clothes in Spanish
Let’s begin by learning some vocabulary for outerwear clothing… La ropa de abrigo…
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La chaqueta de cuero
La gabardina / El impermeable
La gorra de béisbol
El gorro de lana
A woolly hat
A pair of gloves
El pañuelo de cabeza
Shirts and more
Now, what would you wear under your leather jacket, la chaqueta de cuero?
Robe / Dressing gown
La camisa de polo
Vest / Waistcoat
Dinner jacket / tuxedo
El suéter de cuello cisne
A turtleneck sweater
Pants / Trousers
Los pantalones cortos
Underwear in Spanish
And under all that, we can’t forget the underwear… La ropa interior
Camisolen / Tank top
Footwear in Spanish
Finally, you will have to wear some kind of footwear… El calzado.
Las zapatillas / Las pantuflas
Los zapatos con cordones
Los zapatos con tacón alto
Swimwear in Spanish
Are you traveling to the beach in a Spanish-speaking country? Well, here is some swimwear you may need… La ropa de baño.
El traje de baño
Bathing suit / Swimsuit
Gorro de baño
If the weather is no good, you may want to say that you are boiling hot, freezing cold, wet or miserable. Here are some useful sentences…
Me estoy helando.
Tengo los pies fríos.
My feet are cold.
Mis dedos están congelados.
My fingers are frozen.
I'm soaking wet.
For more lessons on Spanish vocabulary I recommend these!
- Know how to pronounce different countries in Spanish.
- Talking about European cities in Spanish.
- Learn some basic terms that apply to finance in Spanish so you can complete bank forms.
I hope you have learned a lot in this lesson.
See you soon! ¡Hasta pronto!
Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish
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