FIXED: Error While Updating Worn Items In Roblox

Getting an error while updating worn items in Roblox? Follow along with our easy guide to fix this issue

Roblox is a massive gaming platform where your imagination is your limit, so it’s no surprise that Roblox creators give their users the freedom to dress their avatars however they want. But many players have received a frustrating error while updating worn items in the game.

Key Highlights
  • Roblox’s “Error while updating worn items” is a common problem among the playerbase. It stops you from wearing or removing clothes.
  • It can occur for multiple reasons, like server issues, weak internet, and running old versions of Roblox.
  • Adding the item to your profile again can solve this issue, as it may have never been added in the first place or may even have been removed.
  • Updating your Roblox version manually may also help solve the problem since older versions may clash with the servers.
  • Clearing temporary files from the Cache will remove any damaged files that were causing this error.
  • If none of these methods work, then report your problem to Roblox support and look out for any announcements.

Why Do You See Error While Updating Worn Items?

Gamers who play Roblox are given an avatar that they use to interact with other players, play games and interact with their environment. The avatar can be equipped with many accessories or clothes, and this provides the users the freedom to express their creativity. This error pops up when a user tries to wear or remove their avatar’s clothes like their pants or shoes and leaves their avatar with their last saved worn items.

This error can occur for multiple reasons, and the most common one is usually because of server issues. If the error is because of a server problem then there isn’t much you can do. If it is not, you can try a few things to resolve it.

How To Fix The “Error While Updating Worn Items”?

This error, though frustrating, usually has simple solutions that you can follow in our guide to fix it. Before diving into our solutions, it is recommended that you make sure you have a strong internet connection, check if Roblox servers are active, and if your game is updated to the latest version.

Add Items To Your Profile

One of the reasons why this error pops up could be because the item was removed from your inventory or was never added in the first place. So follow these steps below to add items to your profile:

  1. Log in to your Roblox account and press the Avatar option on the left panel.
    Left Panel
    Avatar Menu
  2. Next from the tab on top select the wearable item type that gives you an error, like Accessories or Clothing.
    Accessories tabs
    Top Menu
  3. This will show you all the items from that category; let us suppose you pressed Clothing; all the clothes you own will be shown. Now, find the clothing item giving you the error and click on it.
  4. Doing this will show this particular item separately. In this window, on the top right, press the ellipse icon and then click the Add To Profile option.
    Avatar: Add to profile
    Add to profile
  5. If the item is successfully added, a green notification will pop up in acknowledgment. Finally, click on the Avatar option on the left to go back and check if the item has been uploaded.
  6. Now, just click on the item that was giving you the “Error while uploading worn items.” error to wear it.

Clear Cache And Temporary Files

Clearing the Cache of your game removes temporary files that were created while playing. This can help speed up your system and help solve any errors caused by files that were corrupted

To clear Roblox Cache follow these steps:

  1. Start by opening the Run box by pressing the Windows+R keys.
  2. Next, type “%Temp%Roblox” in the text box and press enter.
    Roblox temp files
     Run Box
  3. Now, simply press Ctrl+A to select all files. Afterward, right-click and press the Delete option.

Update Roblox Client

Sometimes using a previous version of Roblox can cause friction between the server and the old version which can lead to errors like the “Error while updating worn items.” Updating Roblox will ensure smooth gaming and allow all the new features to work seamlessly. Usually, Roblox is set to update automatically but in case it has not for some reason you must update Roblox manually.

To update Roblox on your PC, follow the steps below:

  1. Open the Roblox website on your web browser and log in to your account.
  2. After you have logged in, the website will display all the games you can play. Press any game and play it. Doing this will automatically update Roblox to its latest version before the game begins.
  3. If Roblox does not update automatically, click on download and install Roblox in the pop-up window. This will install the latest version of the game. 

Summing It Up

This is a common and infuriating problem but has a few easy solutions. You must remember to check your internet connection and check for updates that may be causing the issue. Sometimes the problem is not caused locally but by Roblox’s servers.

Roblox is an old game and is prone to errors, so you can also run into Roblox’s failed to create directory error. Most of these have simple fixes but if you can’t resolve an issue just keep an eye out for official announcements as the problem may be out of your scope.


Will clearing the cache delete my progress?

No, clearing the cache will not delete any important files. It will only delete temporary files that are downloaded while you are playing the game.

What should I do if none of the solutions work?

In this case the issue must not have been at your end. Simply wait for an official announcement or contact Roblox Support to report this error.

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Haider Khan

Haider Khan is our resident error guides writer who loves to tinker around with operating systems and game files to find practical solutions to video game issues. He then crafts easy-to-follow error fix guides based on his findings for his audience on eXputer. With years of experience writing for games, his knowledge about error fixes and research on errors is reflected in his guides. He’s also a Battlefield veteran who likes to rack up some Ws in his spare time. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Successfully Troubleshot Over 200 Games || Mainly Covers Error Fix & Game Settings 

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