SimonLux is right - context is everything. "wearing a smile" is fairly quaint language these days but if you're going to use it, it would probably be "we wear smiles" ie:Hi! If the subject is "we", should I turn "a smile" into "smiles"?
Which one is correct?
We wear a smile. OR We wear smiles.
Thank you for your help, Forero.The waiters always wear a smile.
To me, saying "smiles" here would make the smiles seem artificial, as if they were different kinds of smiles perhaps.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-soldiers-welcomed-home-Afghanistan-Iraq.htmlFive-year-old Harriet Moore wore a beaming smile as she leapt into the arms of her father, Major Matt Moore, from Chichester, West Sussex.