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I thought Klamotten was a kind of slang word young girls say. for " gear". Sie trägt schicke Klamotten = she wears trendy gear. I read an online post that asked "Wo gibts online schicke Klamotten?" = Where can I get some trendy gear online? literally "Where is there online.....? http://fashion.erdbeerlounge.de/Modeforum/Wo-gibts-online-schicke-Klamotten-_t729558s1
Nope, it's used more widely.
It's just a more casual/informal term from what I understand: http://german.stackexchange.com/questions/5108/unterschied-zwischen-klamotten-und-kleider
From one of my replies in another thread, but addressed to you:
It looks as if you may have moved on to other languages, Carola1991, but should you ever return, or should others have the same question, a number of different resources have categorized various German nouns in ways that can help learners remember the gender. Below are some of the better ones I have found:
Also, if you're not offended by seeing a rather strange photo showing lots of skin at the top of the page, this page here is really rather comprehensive and worth studying: Suffixes.
Hope these tools help you guess better until you've learned the articles for the nouns you want to know. As you will read in many posts, it is best to learn the article at the same time as you learn the noun.