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I really like fashion and I read lots of fashion magazines. Sometimes I find expressions which I don't know if are used by native speakers or are just used by professionals.

I know what they mean but I'd like to know if you normally use them . If so, if they are British or American English and if not, what words you use instead.

CAPRIS

GAUCHO PANTS

TANK TOP

SPAGUETTI STRAPS TOP

TEES

Thanks in advance.
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As a Canadian-American, I know them all, and would use them if the occasion arose. Unfortunately, my opinions on fashion are rarely called for.

I would spell spaghetti this way, however.
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Hello, May!

"tees" are Tshirts, and "capris" are pants that reach about halfway between knee and ankle. Just google an image of them, you'll see what I mean.
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I'm very interested in fashion, but some of these words I don't understand. What are capris and tees, could you explain, please?
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