What casual style are you gunning for this month? For formal wear, it's simple! Dress corporately.
However, it can be hard to tell or select the 'perfect outfit' for a casual outing. It's even more difficult with the variations out there. That makes some men go with the vibes when it comes to their wardrobe selection for casual. Thankfully, you won't have to rack your brain this time. We have a list of smart casual clothes you can produce from your existing wardrobe.
1. White T-shirt and dress shirt
Pull out your white T-shirt and drape over a dress shirt with a blue or dark pair of jeans. This is more of a street style, but it's laid back and comfortable. You can dress this style up with a pair of sneakers or loafers.
2. Button-down and shorts
If you need a seamless outfit for an effortless look, here you have it. You can't go wrong with a button-down shirt and a pair of shorts. Add cool-looking sneakers. Try a two-color outfit where the top is light and the down is dark to make you look dapper.
3. Denim on denim
I believe your wardrobe is incomplete without denim. Pair your denim jacket on denim trousers. Complete it with a pair of sneakers, and you will never look basic. Your denim can be the same shade or different, but there shouldn't be a wide gap between the colors.
4. Sweater and blazer
This look will get you a business casual with added composure. All you need is a sweater and a light blazer. Wear a chain trouser instead of a pant and ditch the Oxford shoes for now.
5. Errand style
Stepping out, but wondering if you will bump into an old friend? This look is simple and sleek. A simple shirt with a pair of jeans and sandals or leather slippers. Add a pair of glasses.
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