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Casual Outfits for Men Casual dressings seems to be one of the many questions in men's fashion. How not to look too smart, or worse, too casual. Casual can vary depending on the context, for example if you work in a creative industry, your attire is likely to lean more towards the side of casual than if you're in the city or work in a big company/bank. Generally there are certain rules you should be sticking to, for example, graphic print t-shirts are a no go, unless layered under a shirt, never wear flip- flops or any type of sandal and absolutely no distressed denim, whether it's done purposely for design or not. Also, just by wearing trainers with a suit does not make it smart casual, it's not good one. When it's summer and the weather is warm, when there are garden parties, barbecues and after work drinks in a beer garden or bar terrace. It's a time when you can get away with more loose, lightweight materials, and casual really allows you to embrace this. Think linen, cotton, and a much more lightweight denim. Pair a white button down cotton shirt with a navy trouser turned
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This document was uploaded on 12/27/2016 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 101 at New York Institute of Technology-Westbury.

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