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You can say this in multiple ways: ‘Porque es mas fácil que la ropa normal’ ‘Porque es mas fácil que la ropa que llevo todos los días’ ‘Porque es mas fácil que la ropa cotidiana’
Yo diría: “...porque es más fácil que la ropa normal.” You might also want to include a verb by saying because it is easier to wear than normal clothes which would be: “...porque es más fácil llevar que la ropa normal.” Remember: porque=because and por qué=why
I would say the same as below but replace “normal” with “común”
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