Shopping for Clothes: useful expressions

Shopping for Clothes: useful expressions


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GETTING DRESSED
Go and get dressed.
Blue is your colour!
He is wearing a green coat.
I’m going to get dressed / get undressed.
It matches the colour of your shoes.
My dress size is 10.
This really fits you.
What is your dress size?
You look great in that dress.
You should try it on.
IN A CLOTHES SHOP
Can I try this on?
Do you do alterations?
I’d like to take up this shirt.
I’ve got exactly what you’re looking for.
The changing rooms are over there.
This skirt needs letting out.
IN THE FITTING ROOM
This really fits you.
It matches the colour of your eyes.
It’s neither too big nor too small.
It’s too long / short / tight / loose.
That shirt looks really nice on you!
This jumper doesn’t fit me.
This suits you really well.
You look great in that dress.
You look really smart in this suit, sir.
CHOOSING A STYLE 
I’m looking for a blue skirt.
Do you have a sleeveless dress?
Her handbag matches her shoes.
I don’t like striped shirts.
I prefer wearing casual clothes.
It is a flowery red dress.
It’s very gaudy.
She has bought an evening dress.
She is always very fashionable.
These trousers are too sloppy.
These trousers are totally old fashioned.
This dress is too low-cut.
This is very smart.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIZE
What is your dress size?
Do you have this in a larger size?
He has grown out of his shoes.
It’s 10.
What is your shoe size?
You can take off your shoes.

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