Do you have a date after work, and it looks like you might have to choose another day due to your work outfit?
If the answer is yes, don’t worry about it. I understand how frustrating it is to appear formal for a date night. The truth is you necessarily don’t have to change your whole dressing or go back home to fit your date. All you need is to switch up a few things, and your date partner will be mesmerized.
Loosen your shirt
It is safe to say the shirt is primarily worn in the corporate world. Instead of changing your shirt to a Tee, you can unbutton the upper part and roll up your sleeves to appear more casual.
Unbutton your jacket
There is no better way to be free up your formal wear than unbuttoning your jacket. It allows you to sit comfortably and prevent the buttons from popping out.
Change your jacket
Even if there is not enough room for many items, you can still slot in a piece of cloth. Denim jeans are that item you would want. Switch up your blazers or corporate jacket for denim or a stylish coat, depending on the weather.
Switch your shirt for a sweatshirt
A sweatshirt makes you look more smart and classy. It fits any type of trousers, ranging from Chinos, jeans or cotton trousers.
Sometimes, all you need to change your look is a minor addition. Instead of your suit coat or blazers, a sport coat can help your dress look more streamlined. It goes well on any pattern of the dress and looks more casual.
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