Judging from this scene, which is again very hilarious, would it be ok to say: ‘They are wearing the exact same clothing.’?
Would it also be ok to say: 'I’d really hate to show up in the same outfit as you or should that be yours?
What would you say?
Thanks in advance.
“They are wearing the exact same dress.”
“Dress”, or in this case “costume”, carrys the idea of style or maybe a desire for uniqueness.
Clothing is boring. I wear clothing.
“I’d really hate to show up in the same outfit as you [show up in].”
“… as yours” sort of works, but I don’t think it’s as clear.
Thanks for your reply, Arinker.
So they are wearing their birthday suit. Is that kind of suit worn in formal occasions? Maybe wear it to a job interview?
Job interviewer: Wow, what a coincidence! The last person I spoke to was wearing the same exact suit.