To have clothing, jewellery etc. on your face
Past Participle form
I wear a suit to work every day.
She's going to wear a green dress to the wedding.
A: Do you have to wear a uniform?
B: Yes. I have to wear a white shirt and black trousers.
I wore trainers instead of shoes to work because I broke my toe playing football.
She wore a pair of red and white high heeled shoes.
A: What did you wear last night?
B: I wore a black suit, white shirt and blue tie.
A: Sounds nice.
B: I did look good.
I am wearing a t-shirt and shorts today - it's too hot to wear jeans.
We are all wearing the same thing for the photograph.
A: What are you wearing?
B: Jeans and a t-shirt. Nothing special.
A: You need to dress up for a date.
B: Nah, it's relaxed. This will be fine.
I've worn a tie in every job I've had! I don't like them.
He's worn the same Christmas jumper every year.
A: Have you worn a uniform at work?
B: Once, when I worked in a shop.
A: Really? What was it?
B: A tracksuit with a stripy football shirt.