It’s time to get dressed.
What do you want to wear today?
What do you feel like wearing today?
You need to change; we’re going to the store.
This shirt doesn’t go with those pants.
It’s too cold for short sleeves.
Is this shirt too tight?
Did you outgrow these pants already? Wow, you’re growing fast.
Are those shoes pinching your toes?
Here’s a pretty little shirt for you. (the words “pretty little” are just added to be affectionate)
You tore these pants; you can’t wear them today.
Look, you have a hole in your shirt.
Pick up your socks and put them in the laundry basket.
How did your clothes get so dirty?
You look smashing!
That dress was made for you!
That’s your style of shirt.
It’s not really your look.
Red is definitely your color.
Do you really have to change clothes three times a day?
Why does it take an hour to get dressed?
About the actual process of putting clothes on:
Your pants are on backwards.
You’ve got your shoes on the wrong way.
Let me button up your shirt.
Your shirt is buttoned up wrong.
Do you know how to tie your shoelaces yet?
Straighten out your legs.
Put your legs straight out.
Don't bend your legs.
I can't get your pants on with your legs like that.
Come on, we need to get these pants on.
Sit still. / Stand still. / Stop squirming. / Stop fidgeting.
Will you button up the coat by yourself?
Unbutton your shirt.
Zip up your jacket; it’s cold out.
Unzip your jacket.
Now put on your sweater.
First put your arm through the sleeve, now put your head through.
You put your shoes on wrong / the wrong way.
You've got your right shoe on your left foot, and the left shoe on the right foot.
Those shoes are on wrong.
These shoes don't match/ don't go together.
Your sweater is on backwards. (meaning, the front side is in back).
You have your sweater on backwards. ( “ )
Your sweater is inside-out. (meaning, the inside part is showing on the outside).
You have your sweater on inside-out. ( “ )
Put your hand through the sleeve. Now the other one. Stretch your legs. Don't bend over.
Put your clothes on. / Get dressed.
Put your hand/arm through the sleeve.
Your right arm goes in the right sleeve.
Now put your other arm in the other sleeve.
Your little finger is stuck in the sleeve; let me get it out.
Lift up your leg.
Put your foot through here / through this opening. (i.e., through the opening in the pants)
Now your other foot / leg.
Take your clothes off. / Take off your clothes. ("Get undressed." is also correct.)
Pull down your pants. (this is when using the toilet)