We learned the verbs porter = to wear and mettre = to put, to put on, to wear. This is an irregular verb
The futur proche is a way to talk about what you will be doing shortly, using the present tense of the verb aller (to go) and another verb. You conjugate aller, but not the second verb.
Je vais acheter une chemise rouge. = I am going to buy a red shirt.
Mettre = to put, to put on, to wear
Je mets Nous mettons
Tu mets Vous mettez
Il met Ils mettent
The past participle of mettre is mis.
J'ai mis une chemise rouge. = I wore a red shirt.
Porter is a regular -er verb.