Business Casual – T-shirts and Jeans

Posted: September 10, 2009 in Business casual - t-shirts and jeans
Business casual or Friday dressing has increasingly become a part of the work culture. More and more companies are accepting Friday dressing keeping in mind the comfort of their employees. It’s a great change from the monotonous.

Your wardrobe must have several sport shirts and if you live in a cold place, choose some great sweaters too. There are various types of t-shirts like crew neck, v-neck and turtle neck to name a few. Choose t-shirts according to your height and frame. While short sleeved t-shirts are great during the summer, turtle necks are indispensable during the winter. They impart a stylish look while keeping you warm and cozy.

Mix and match your clothes and choose ones that fit you well. The next aspect after a good fit is to choose colors intelligently. Do not mismatch colors. While a red shirt and a green pant is good for the beach, it is a poo choice in a corporate setting. Black is always a safe color and is quite slimming. If you are on the bulkier side, avoid horizontal prints. Vertical patterns and prints are always a safe bet for heavy men.

You can team a blue polo shirt with a khaki for a casual look. And for a more polished look, just team it with a great jacket. Jackets are a great addition to any man’s wardrobe. A leather jacket can be worn during casual and semi-formal occasions. Sports jackets can be paired with t-shirts for that extra pizzazz. Opt for classic and timeless colors like black, grey, brown or khaki.


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While a suit can camouflage your flaws, a t-shirt definitely needs some effort. However, casual wear can be stylish and trendy without being boring or ostentatious. The key is to highlight the good aspects of your body. After all, looking good will add immensely to your confidence and a well-dressed man always makes an impression.

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