"Meine Kleidung, meine Schuhe, meine Kleider"
Translation:My clothes, my shoes, my dresses
Yes and no :) I mean, I've learned that in German, plurals don't follow any kind of strict rule like Spanish or English (plurals always end with "S"), or Italian (O becomes I, and A becomes E). It's a bit more complicated, for some words plural ends with E or EN, for other words with R or ER, other words with S, for other words you put an Umlaut (Apfel, Äpfel), other words just change their structure completely, and other words don't change (you identify them with the article: Das Mädchen, Die Mädchen) :) haha......in conclussion, you have to memorize them :) just like gender :)
Have you ever hear a little girl scream that things were hers, especially when she has to share but doesn't want to? "It's mine, mine, MINE!" I swear that my little cousin has screamed this a thousand times at the other little girls I babysit along with her. That's what I mean.
Clothing is the abstract reference of attire; where clothes is the specific one.
Change of clothing is something a fashion model does many times a day.
Go change your clothes .. [You cannot say "Go change your clothing"]
Food and clothing are considered necessities of life. [You cannot say food and clothes]