"Elle porte une chemise et une jupe."
Translation:She wears a shirt and a skirt.
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Although it should be accepted, a blouse is more specific and closer to un chemisier. un tee-shirt for a tee-shirt and un polo for a polo. Women, when they are not wearing dresses or tee-shirts, tend to wear blouses / button-downs / or dress shirts, but that is not always the case when describing just a shirt. You could describe it une chemise en cuir / de cotton / en soie / etc...
Updated to allow for an optional second article. Please keep in mind that while additional articles after the first one are optional in English, they are mandatory in French.
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I think this is called a "schwa" in French,I've also wondered about the same and did some search. Please check the link for more info : https://frenchcrazy.com/2013/04/the-french-schwa.html/