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We often say "She's in a baseball cap and red shoes".

Similarly, can we say "She is in a red bracelet, a silver necklace, sun glasses and golden earrings"?

This is a picture of a keychain and a key

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Do we say "to put the key in or on the keychain" and "to put the keychain in or on the key"?

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  • I think you wear jewellery and you can be in clothes. You put a key on the keychain.
    – anouk
    May 16 '20 at 10:26
  • The thing in the picture is a key on a key ring. There's no chain there. May 16 '20 at 19:38
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“She is in a baseball cap and red shoes” could be interpreted as” ... and nothing else”. Use “she wears a baseball cap and red shoes”.

You put a key on a keychain or a key ring. Usually you have more than one key on a key ring.

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    We use in of clothes, but not jewellery or accessories such as sunglasses. May 16 '20 at 12:32

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