If you are just describing someone's clothes, use the word "wear."
Let's see if I can illustrate with examples.
This morning, I got up. I shaved, and then I got dressed. I took a blue shirt out of the closet. I put on the shirt. I took a pair of tan shorts out of the bureau. I put on the shorts. I put on shoes and socks. Then I was all dressed.
I went downstairs to breakfast. I was wearing the blue shirt and the tan shorts. I wore them all day. I am still wearing them. Tonight, when I go to bed, I will take off my shirt and shorts and put on my pajamas.
When you are going to a job interview, wear a suit.
Some companies allow employees to wear blue jeans on Fridays.
In the winter, when it is cold, before I go outside I put on my jacket. I always wear a jacket when it is cold.
"Use" is a very general word. I think <em>utilizar</em> is a good translation. We do not normally talk about "using" clothing.
I use a knife to cut food. I use a pencil to write with. In English, we use capital letters to begin the names of the days of the week: <em>Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.</em>
Cowboys wore bandanas. I have a bandana but I don't wear it very often. Nowadays, because of the coronavirus, I wear a face mask in public. Before I had a face mask, my wife showed me how I could use a bandana as a face mask.