To bring is used from the perspective of the place or person to whom "it" is being brought. To carry merely means to move about with something.
In English, "you wear the vegetables" would generally mean to be hit by them if someone threw them at you. For a pop-culture example, check out the cinematic masterpiece "I Robot" with Will Smith, in which he asks a guy to hold his pie. The guy hesitates and Will Smith says "Sir, hold it or wear it." In that case, he was suggesting that he was about to just hit the guy with his pie. More general usage is "Ooh, what happened to your cheek? You've got a bruise." "Yeah I wore a cricket ball yesterday."