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IELTS Speaking Part 3 Idea: TOPIC 10 CLOTHES

1. What kinds of clothes do people wear after work?
2. What clothes do you like?
Sporty casual:
• cotton pants, shorts or jeans, sweatpants
• a sweatshirt, a heavyweight T-shirt, a button-down or polo-style shirt, baggy shirts, a tank top
• a belt
• one-size-fits-all clothes
• smart casual for men:
• dress trousers
• a long-sleeve shirt, dressy slip-on
• a tie
• patterned socks, solid-coloured dress socks
• a tipped belt
• a sport coat
Smart casual for women:
• slacks, crisp jeans, skinny jeans, cropped trousers
• a sundress
• a long or short skirt
• a blouse or turtleneck, a filmy tank to wear under a sweater
• a fashionable belt
• a jacket, a vest
• a sweater coordinated to your outfit
• hosiery or socks with boots
• jewellery such as earrings that complement overall outfit
Dressy casual for men:
• dress trousers
• a turtleneck, a dress shirt, a silk sport-shirt (long-sleeved)
• a leather jacket, a jacket or sport coat
• a tie (optional)
• dressy casual for women:
• a pant suit
• a dress
• coordinated separates in semi-dressy fabrics
3. What kinds of clothes should people wear at work?
Boardroom attire or business formal for men:
• a tailored suit in a solid black, grey or navy colour
• a white button-up shirt with a collar
• modest as well as high-end in quality ties and other accessories
• closed-toe oxfords in brown or black
• boardroom attire or business formal for women:
• a perfect fit pantsuit or skirt suit in a neutral colour such as black or navy
• a white button-up shirt with a collar
• tights, preferably in a dark colour
• conservative accessories
• skirts never more than two finger widths above the knees
• closed-toe heels in a neutral colour such as taupe, black, grey or brown.
Business professional for men:
• a one or two button suit in conservative colours but with more leeway with pattern (a conservative stripe or chess for instance)
• pressed lighter-coloured dress pants worn with a sports jacket
• conservative ties but in different colours and patterns
• high-end accessories such as watches (preferably silver, gold or white gold) and cuff links, if necessary
• button-up shirts with a collar in fairly conservative colours
• conservatively coloured oxfords or polished loafers in black or brown.
Business professional for women:
• a suit or skirt, top and jacket in a conservative neutral colour such as black, brown or navy
• collared button-up shirts in any solid colour
• dark or nude-coloured hosiery
• closed-toe pumps in a neutral colour such as black or brown
• larger, more noticeable jewellery as long as it’s not distracting
• skirts never more than two finger widths above the knees.
Business casual for men:
• coloured collared button-up shirts with conservative patterns such as checks or stripes with or without a tie
• ties should still be conservative in patterns, but most colours are acceptable
• pullovers and sweaters worn over collared shirts
• dressy slacks such as black dress pants or pressed khakis in the summer with or without a sports jacket
• more casual accessories such as a leather-band watch
• shoes can be oxfords, loafers or another comfortable yet dressy choice in brown or black.
Business casual for women:
• business separates rather than a full suit (a skirt worn with a cardigan or a jacket, for example)
• coloured shirts and blouses in solid colours or muted patterns like stripes check
• slacks and khakis
• larger jewellery such as a statement necklace or large cuff-style watch
• scarves may also be appropriate
• shoes may be comfortable flats and loafers as well as pumps but should remain closed-toe.
Casual for men:
• casual pants and slacks, but never jeans unless stipulated as acceptable by HR if jeans are permitted, dark-wash, straight-cut only;
• collared polos or crew-neck sweaters and pullovers; the majority of colors and patterns are okay as long as they’re not a novelty pattern, such as a sports team logo
• casual accessories, such as brightly colored watches
• shoes that are clean; sneakers are usually acceptable, as are loafers.
Casual for women:
• nicely fitted tops and blouses, although shirts should never be tight or revelling
• slacks or skirts in more casual fabrics such as cotton; if denim is permit dark-wash only; avoid overly casual; avoid overly casual denim cuts, like cut-offs or flare jeans
• skirts should remain at knee-length
• open-toed shoes are permitted; avoid casual shoes such as sneakers or flip-flops
• casual accessories, such as scarves. Larger rings, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces are fine, and may be of any quality.
4. Do you think wearing attractive clothes makes people more attractive?
• clothing matters
• beautiful attire enhances attraction
• certain items of clothing do make people more attractive
• attractive clothes add self-confidence, and as a result, make people more attractive
• attractive clothes give people’s confidence a boost and make them appear more attractive to others
• dressing well can make people appear to be more physically attractive than they really are
• the clothes people wear make a tremendous impact on their overall image and the perception they make.
5. Where do people in your country buy clothes?
• shops
• department stores
• markets
• online clothes shops
• outlets
• boutiques
6. Does personality affect how people choose what to wear?
• the clothes people wear project their self-image they want to display
• the clothes people choose are an influential ‘tell’ of their personalities
People who:
• are shy and too afraid to draw attention to themselves might wear only neutrals and devoid of accessories
• value themselves primarily through their work and work-related accomplishments always choose clothes
• think they need to broadcast wealth in order to be treated well by others choose designer clothes
• put the needs of their family before their own choose their ‘mom outfit’ of jeans and a hoodie
• wear bright coloured clothes might have positive thoughts and dynamic personality
• have an eye for abstract prints are likely to have a bold personality
• choose black, grey and blue clothes are sophisticated and well-organised.
7. When should people wear formal clothes?
8. Do people wear formal clothes more often than before?
People should wear formal clothes when they go to:
• Some formal event
• Work
• Any meeting
People should wear formal clothes when they want to:
• Make themselves focus on work
• Boost their ability to think more practically
• Promote self-respect
• Draw the right kind of attention
• Motivate themselves to get things done and, in turn, be more productive
• Give themselves a competitive edge in a business environment
• Achieve more
• Elicit feelings of power which change some mental processes
• Change the basic way they see the world
• Think more broadly and holistically
• Improve their ability to see the bigger picture and make astute financial
People wear formal clothes quite often as they want to:
• Be successful
• Feel powerful
• Convey higher status
• Send a message that they are professional
• Leave a good first impression
9. What clothes do university students wear for their graduation ceremony?
Women can wear:
• plain buttoned blouses
• dark knee-length skirts or trousers
• dresses
• national dresses
• a gown or robe
• a square academic hat
• cute dressy shoes.
Men can wear:
• dark suits
• blazer and trousers
• a gown or robe
• a square academic hat
• comfortable dressy shoes
• loafers.

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