24 outfits. (4 x 3 x 2)
Six pairs of shoes
8. There is a choice of two different options 3 times. This results in 23 = 8 combinations. Note: If the shoes don't have to match, then you have a choice of 16 different ensembles.
3,449 of them, placed end-to-end in a precisely straight line, will extend 21 cm past the finish line. That's equivalent to 1,725 pairs shot, with 1 shoe left over.
In the '60s, as well as throughout most of recorded history, a pair of shoes has been two.
72 = 6*4*3
5*8*3 = 120 outfits.
All you have to do is multiply them together: 5 shirts x 6 pants x 2 shoes = 60 different outfits.
Nick: Convrese, Polos, Skinny jeans Joe: Skater shoes, Skinny jeans, Rockers t-shirts Kevin: Skinny jeans, T-shirts, Skater shoes
socks underwear shoes t shirts jeans
jeans tennis shoes and t shirts
Assuming an outfit is one shirt, one pair of pants and one pair of shoes, there are 24 different outfits.
Blue jeans, levis, tennis shoes, button shirts, polo shirts, tee shirts and shorts.