It is a fact that in the Italian language the verb "adorare" is used mainly when referring to God, or a deity in general.
With the same meaning it can be used when referring to a person of the opposite sex, used as an equivalent of "to love" with an hyperbolic meaning (like "I love my wife like if she was a goddess" = "I adore my wife", in Italian "amo mia moglie come una dea" = "adoro mia moglie").
Any other way of using the verb is uncommon, and therefore using it while speaking conveys the message that the speaker is either a very cultivated person or tries to talk with refined expressions which the speaker learned from some source.
As Matteo Italia said, the verb is widely used for stereotypical male homosexual fictional characters, and trying to talk imitating those will convey the message that you want to be identified as a gay person.
In particular referring to some common clothing with the verb "adorare", which gives a divine meaning to the object, explains the importance the speaker gives to clothing, which is culturally more common for Italian females than for Italian males.