What’s the difference?
Everyday is a commonplace, ordinary, or normal adjective. Everyday is a single word that serves as an adjective, meaning it is used in front of a noun to describe something as normal or commonplace. The term “everyday clothing” refers to the clothes you wear on a regular basis, as opposed to outfits reserved for special occasions or holidays. Everyday is occasionally used as a noun by people as a shorthand way of referring to their daily routines. Similarly, a “everyday dinner” is a common meal (such as pizza). In a sentence, a noun almost always comes after the word every day.
– These shoes are great for everyday wear.
– You shouldn’t wear an everyday outfit to the wedding.