|IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 Question: Describe the type of clothes you like to wear|
IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 Question | Clothes
IELTS Speaking Answer about Clothes
I don’t really have a favorite store or place where I buy my clothes; it depends on where I find something that I like. It can vary a lot. Sometime I see something I like when I’m in a shopping mall and just buy it and other times maybe while I’m in a supermarket, if they have a clothes department, I have a quick look and see if there’s anything that catches my eye. The internet can be good sometimes as well, if you can be sure that it will fit you and you know the brand – it can save you a lot of time, and sometimes money too.
I don’t really buy clothes that often. Maybe every three or four months or so; it depends on what I need. I’m not a great fan of clothes shopping as an activity – I never seem to find anything I like if I set out to look for something specific. I usually end up buying clothes when I’m looking for something else.
Generally, I choose my clothes depending on their function. If it’s just something casual then I generally like plain colors; black, blue, grey or something similar. I don’t really like patterns or checks or things like that, and I can’t be bothered coordinating everything to match, so it’s a lot easier if everything goes together…it’s simpler that way. As I said before, comfort comes before anything else. Fashionable clothes aren’t so important but they should be stylish. I guess you could say I’m quite conservative. I don’t really spend that much time or money on clothes, the price isn’t really a consideration if I see something I like - I usually buy it, irrespective of the price.
So, I tend to approach it like buying food or anything else. If I need it then I buy it because it’s necessary. I know some people are really into shopping for clothes, and can spend hours or even a whole afternoon looking in stores and stuff, but not me. I prefer to spend my time on other things - after all - you wear the clothes for a while and then you buy other ones – they’re not really that important… are they?