Clothing in Spanish

This free audio lesson will teach you lots of words for clothing in Spanish. Listen to the native-speaker’s pronunciation and practice saying the Spanish clothing words aloud until you feel confident.

With this Spanish clothing vocabulary 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 a Spanish-speaking country.

Talking about Clothing in Spanish

Let’s begin by learning some vocabulary for outerwear clothing…La ropa de abrigo

El abrigo

Coat

La bufanda

Scarf

La capucha

Hood

La chaqueta

Jacket

La chaqueta de cuero

Leather jacket

La gabardina / El impermeable

Raincoat

La gorra

Cap

La gorra de béisbol

Baseball cap

El gorro de lana

A woolly hat

Los guantes

A pair of gloves

El pañuelo de cabeza

Headscarf

El paraguas

Umbrella

El sombrero

Hat

Now, what would you wear under your leather jacket, la chaqueta de cuero?

La bata

Robe / Dressing gown

La blusa

Blouse

La camisa

Shirt

La camisa de polo

Polo shirt

La camiseta

T-shirt

El chaleco

Vest / Waistcoat

El chandal

Track suit

El esmoquin

Dinner jacket / tuxedo

La rebeca

Cardigan

La sudadera

Sweatshirt

El suéter

Sweater

El suéter de cuello cisne

A turtleneck sweater

Los pantalones

Pants / Trousers

Los jeans

Jeans

Los pantalones cortos

Shorts

El vestido

Dress

El traje

Suit

And under all that, we can’t forget the underwear… La ropa interior

Las bragas

Panties

Los calzoncillos

Underpants

La camiseta

Camisolen / Tank top

Finally, you will have to wear some kind of footwear…El calzado.

Las botas

Boots

Las sandalias

Sandals

Las zapatillas / Las pantuflas

Slippers

Los zapatos

Shoes

Los tenis

Sneakers

Los zapatos con cordones

Lace-up shoes

Los zapatos con tacón alto

High-heeled shoes

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

El bañador

Swimming trunks

El bikini

Bikini

Gorro de baño

Swim cap

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…

Tengo frío.

I'm cold.

Me estoy helando.

I'm freezing.

Tengo calor.

I'm hot.

Estoy sudando.

I'm sweating.

Tengo los pies fríos.

My feet are cold.

Mis dedos están congelados.

My fingers are frozen.

Estoy empapado.

I'm soaking wet.

I hope you have learned a lot in this lesson. See you soon!  ¡Hasta pronto!

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Mauricio
Mauricio Evlampieff
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