Even if you know how to style yourself, it is always a great idea to find new ideas to break up the monotony of wearing the same looks week after week.
In fashion it is important to figure out your own personal style. But one of the ways I do that for myself is to get style inspiration online. Then you can choose different colors and accessories that make it your own.
There is also nothing wrong with recreating someone else’s style because maybe the same look will look better on you. Or maybe you can bring something different to the look.
This week I wanted to focus more on business casual in men’s wear. This is a look I use all the time. Business casual is not your typical suit and tie combination. Of course, you can still wear a suit that can fall under the title of business casual.
Below we will give you our Top 5 examples that highlight different business casual looks that you can utilize at work or after work.
As I said before, you can still get elements of a suit by keeping the blazer and vest. The best part of business casual is getting rid of that stuffy tie. You can wear either jeans (like below) or slim fitted chinos. It is still winter time, so you can either wear boots or some other dress shoes. Add some unique accessories like a lapel pin and/or your favorite sunglasses.
Some gentlemen still like to wear a tie once in a while with a business casual look. You can go against the grain and still wear a full suit but try a less stuffy color like tan/off-white. You can even add more casual shoes like the New Balance seen below.
One of my favorite looks this season is the classic turtleneck. You can either wear it with a suit or under your overcoat. Again, you can wear sneakers for a more casual look or dressier shoes depending on your office’s dress code.
The below is more of true to form business casual look with the button-down shirt, dress pants and dress shoes. But this look stands out because the bold colors, height of the pants and no socks.
This is by far my favorite look because it incorporates the turtleneck with a more formal suit. But it can still be considered business casual because you are not wearing a button-down shirt and tie with the look.
You have more freedom when wearing business casual, so don’t be afraid to have fun with the look. Nothing is set in stone, so the above looks are just our favorite business casual looks of this week. Next week, we may like something completely different. But it is your style, so it is your right to change your mind about it.
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