CLOTHES vs. WEAR
CLOTHES and WEAR have basically the same meaning, but they are used it differently.
We always use another word before wear. You can say things like swimwear…formal wear…underwear…etc.
I can say, “You have nice clothes.” But I can’t say, “You have nice wear.”
How about you? Do you like casual clothes or formal wear?
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