– I wear a shirt and tie at work.
– Emma sat silently in her blue suit and little bow tie.
– Julie opened her handbag and took out her purse.
– He wore a gold ring on his right hand.
– Gardening gloves protect your hands from being scratched or stung.
– Sammi was wearing a green scarf.
– I don’t have an umbrella.
– She knelt down on the floor and took her mittens off.
– I’ll lend you my gloves and earmuffs until you get your own.
Safety [ˈseɪfti] pin
– She pinned the gown at neck with a safety pin.
– My pocket watch showed that it was only six-twenty.
– He’d had time to wash his hands and take off his apron.
– She removes her gold necklace.
– I like this tank top. It goes with my baggy jeans.
– I’ve come out without my umbrella.
– You need a dress.
– They made a few mittens or socks, but not many.
– He hated wearing dirty socks.
– Tomorrow he would bring his own swimsuit.
– I don’t have a warm winter coat.
– I need a new cap.
– He tied a scarf around his neck.