Describe a Person Who You Think Wears Unusual Clothes- IELTS Cue Card
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Describe a Person Who You Think Wears Unusual Clothes.
You should say
- Who this person is,
- How you knew this person,
- What his/her clothes are like,
- Why do you think his/her clothes are unusual
Clothes and the choice of one’s outfit is entirely a matter of choice and I believe nobody should be judged on the basis of one’s choice of dressing. However, talking about a person that I believe is quite abstruse as per my dressing sense is my friend’s brother. Although I have never said anything about his choice to anybody, I feel what he wears is quite eccentric.
My friend and I are very close to each other and share a great bond. We have good family terms as well. Therefore, I have known his brother for a very long time. He didn’t dress this way back when he was a kid. However, after he went to a boarding school, his personality changed, including his choice of attire.
He generally wears very gawky colours and, of late, has started wearing clothes that reflect a lot of light. This not only makes him quite off-stream, but it also makes him look quite hilarious. A lot of times, he gets mocked owing to his dresses. To top it off, he chooses some skin-tight, rugged pants that seem very weird. Apart from that, he is generally found wearing his balloon pants with some obscure colours.
Generally, people do not wear such clothes in day to day life. Nevertheless, he never misses a chance to catch everyone’s attention through his absurd way of clothing. Moreover, there are situations when one is expected to wear sober clothes, such as in religious assemblies, yet, he doesn’t change to normal ones even then. All this makes him stand apart from others in a strange way and make the situation awkward.
- Outfit/ Attire
Eg.: The choice of outfits/attire speaks volumes about people’s personalities.
Meaning: difficult to understand/strange
Eg.: This way of analysing people is quite abstruse for me.
Eg.: The attire of the groom was quite eccentric.
Eg.: This standup comedy show was hilarious to watch.
Eg.: The eccentricity in his words and the obscure behaviour of his wife were questionable.
Part 3 Questions
Where do People normally buy clothes?
People usually buy their clothes from shopping malls or some markets where the clothes are quite inexpensive. However, these days people have started switching their interest towards online shopping.
What is the difference between men’s and women’s choices of clothes?
There are notable differences between the choice of clothes of men and women. Men generally prefer wearing casuals for not so significant events and formals for their corporate life. However, women are generally seen with a range of clothes for different occasions. Moreover, women generally have more options as far as clothes are concerned.
Do clothes affect people’s moods?
Yes, clothes do have a considerable influence on people’s moods. It has been reported that wearing new clothes or changing clothes to get ready for ourselves have a therapeutic effect on people who feel quite low. Moreover, colours tend to have soothing effects on people as well. For instance, subtle colours have a significant effect on creating a peaceful vibe.
What do people consider when buying clothes?
There are a lot of things that people consider while shopping for clothes. The first thing that comes into mind is the budget within which one has to buy the garments. Then, the occasion for which the clothes are being bought plays an instrumental role. Apart from that, the colours, size, etc., play a crucial role in the decision making.
Meaning: to change to something else.
Eg.: He kept on switching his preferences all the time.
Meaning: professional/related to workplace or office.
Eg.: Corporate affairs shouldn’t be discussed at home.
Eg.: That sound of waves crashing on the shore is soothing to hear.
Eg.: The subtle colours of this painting are satisfying.
Meaning: important; useful
Eg: His contribution was instrumental in the freedom movement.