This is a situation
Mary and Mike had the same suitcases and boarded the same flight. When they got off the flight, they took each other's suitcase by accident.
Now, In the hotel, Mary opened the suitcase and saw Mike's clothes and Mike opened the suitcase and saw Mary's clothes.
They ended up wearing each other's clothes.
They went down to the tennis court near the hotel and they saw each other in surprise.
Mike said "her clothes are alike to mine".
Is it ambiguous for Mike to say "her clothes are alike to mine"?
Because "mine" here is "my clothes" and "my clothes" might refer to the clothes that Mike was wearing and Mike was wearing Mary's clothes.
Or "my clothes" could refer to his right previous clothes not the ones on his body now?
Is it correct to say "Her clothes are alike to my before/previous clothes" or just say "Her clothes are alike to my clothes"?