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Under and over (clothes) Suppose there is a t-shirt and a vest. I will wear the t-shirt first then wear the vest. Is this correct: - I wear a t-shirt under a vest. - I wear a vest over a t-shirt. (shirt and compression) A: How do I wear this? (compression) B: It goes under your shirt. It’ll keep you warm. A: Can I wear it over my shirt? (outer layer) B: No, it’s better if you wear it underneath. Thank you.
Jun 27, 2019 11:34 AM
Answers · 1
Is this correct - YES, everything you wrote is correct! (But "vest" is usually used to describe a part of underwear, so the sentence sounds a little funny. Maybe this is a American/British English difference. I would say "tank top" for a warmer item worn over a t-shirt.)
June 28, 2019
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