Are clothes singular?
Moreover, is attire singular or plural?
In most cases, "attire" is uncountable. That means it does not have a plural form. So "their attire is different" is correct.
Similarly, are clothes uncountable? Re: Clothes - countable or uncountable The word 'clothes' is plural - that is why the verb form is 'are'. 'Clothes ' - countable, plural. It just happens that there is no singular form of this word. We can't talk about 'one clothe'; we have to say 'one item of clothing'.
Correspondingly, are clothes common nouns?
Clothes are garments or pieces of clothing, like shirts and pants. Clothes functions as a noun and a verb, but cloths is always a noun.
What is the difference between clothes and clothing?
Clothing is more formal than clothes and is used especially to mean 'a particular type of clothes' . There is no singular form of clothes or clothing: a piece/an item/an article of clothing is used to talk about one thing that you wear such as a dress or shirt. There is really no difference.