Synonyms for Clothes:

n.

dud, Habiliment, tog, get up, thread, put on. apparel (noun)
costume, garb, outfit, vesture, raiment, clothing, suit, dress, duds, wear, attire.
clothes (noun)
apparel, vesture, clothing, wear, article of clothing, wearing apparel.
clothing (noun)
footgear, pea coat, sarong, blazer, sports coat, pajamas, pillbox, pyjamas, fur, corset, ensemble, windbreaker, coat, suit, sari, doublet, dress, vesture, pants, shorts, pinafore, fez, fedora, jumper, chemise, gown, bowler, cloak, greatcoat, slacks, wrapper, shawl, skirt, frock, attire, boot, petticoat, robe, v neck, clothing, parka, smoking jacket, caftan, camisole, nightgown, kilt, shoes, poncho, apparel, outfit, vestment, sweat shirt, mackintosh, dinner jacket, t-shirt, bathrobe, beret, brassiere, trimming, blouse, array, cape, ulster, raincoat, jacket, habit, costume, housecoat, dressing gown, crinoline, tunic, blue jeans, overcoat, shirt, jersey, bonnet, duds, sweater, chapeau, panties, slicker, sweat suit, kimono, hat, halter, pull over, wrap, raiment, smock, topcoat, tuxedo, scarf, stockings, burnoose, stetson, garb, turtle-neck, trousers, homburg, headdress, afghan, garment, evening gown, trench coat.
tog (noun)
smock.
underwear (noun)
petticoat.

v.

clothes (verb)
accouters, costumes, wears, attires, arrays, wraps, outfits, dresses.
supplies (verb)
Grants, endows, reloads, feeds, deploys, contributes, donates, boards, replenishes, supplies, provides, dispenses, reinforces, delivers, caters, sells.

Other synonyms:

tog. Habiliment. get up, dud. thread. Other relevant words:
dud, Habiliment, article of clothing, wearing apparel, wear, thread, tog.

Usage examples for clothes

  1. After eating something, we in our clothes to bed. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  2. Then she rose, and followed him out of the chamber; and when he went to change his clothes she returned to the room in which he had found her. – The Claverings by Anthony Trollope
  3. Get your clothes on. – Colorado Jim by George Goodchild