Originally Posted by Arizor
I think the correct term is versatility, I'm quite sure wearability has to do with endurance.
The text-book definition of wearability is indeed endurance, but it is used colloquially to define a garment's ability to be worn respectably within the context of the average wardrobe of the average wearer.
Durability is the accepted term regarding endurance.
Versatility is indeed synonymous with wearability, though it is moreso used for items that can be worn across various genres or styles - such as a white tee - rather than whether an item can be 'pulled off' or 'worked into' a wardrobe which is considered it's wearability.