Can one wear a tabernacle? Certainly not in the English phrase, which is specifically an abode or dwelling.
For the Hebrew word, pronounced “mishkan” and related to the Akkadian “šakanu” and the Canaanite, Ugaritic and Arabic S.K.N. stem/root, and the Aramaic Skhein, means dwelling or home and implies a structure, not the decoration on a structure.
Thus, the English word “tabernacle” has listed in my dictionary, as its seventh meaning, “the human body, as the temporary abode of the soul.” So I would say that a tabernacle cannot be clothes – but can be clothed.
In fact, the process of dressing the Tabernacle seems to be the main task for the Exodus migrants, as they amble across the desert.