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Tips for Casual Fashion

Monday, 08 Nov 2010 12:54 PM

In many professions globally, casual dressing is perfectly acceptable. For some, the best casual dresses are often restricted to the weekends. Whatever your profession and the dress code associated with it, casual wear is an essential part of everyone’s wardrobe. In order to make your casual fashion a stylish statement, here’s some advice:

1. If you are a corporate executive, choosing the right casual wear becomes important. Wearing sports jackets is a good idea. Avoid logo T-shirts and athletic shoes.

2. For women, the best casual dress can include a knee-length skirt.

3. Avoid baggy clothes. It is always a good idea to look for the right fit when choosing casual clothing.

4. One important element of casual dressing is the use of accessories. Go ahead and try funky hats, scarves, handbags, belts, and wallets.

5. Dressing casually is not about being careless. You should put effort into looking put together, even if you are dressing casually.

6. Men can also try wearing chinos, track pants, and sports T-shirts. Just make sure that you are wearing the right kind of shoes.

7. For women, wearing slacks and a T-shirt is another good option to go casual. You can add scarves or headbands to your casual dress to make your outfit look chic.

8. Casual fashion can even be appropriate for weddings if comfort is your ultimate priority. A casual wedding dress may include something lightweight and devoid of any intricate detail. These types of dresses are easy to carry and move in.

9. For people who are curvy, casual clothing should complement their shape. Avoid wearing casual outfits that are too tight.

10. For men, a polo shirt is a classic casual wear statement. Try this out for a more relaxed look.

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