I have not heard "wearings" used this way.
If you said:
I like the way you wear your dress.
it is more about the clothing itself, how it fits on her, or how it is arranged with other clothing. But in this sense you are only complimenting the clothes.
If you are complementing the person on how she looks (which includes clothing), it is better to use the verb look.
I (really) like the way you look today.
which is understood to include clothing. Using really would make it more personal.
On the other hand, you could make it passive if you need to be more formal:
You are looking nice today.
And if you are referring to all clothing items, including jewelry and accessories, you could use "outfit":
I really like your outfit.