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By Damilola Faustino

It’s not difficult to look good in a suit. If you’ve got the money and an experienced fashion designer, who knows what he or she is doing, then you can’t really fail. But there is no such option for the casual dress – you have to mix and match different garments on your own, and there is no tailor to hide behind. There are numerous business casual and smart casual dressing guides out there, but what about looking good when dress codes don’t apply? Follow these rules:

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Pay attention to fit

A fit casual attire can make all the difference. The difference is, you don’t always have to look tailored. How should your clothes fit? This really depends on the look you’re going for and your body type. The point is, fit is one of the most important aspects when it comes to clothing and it should be considered above all else.

Know what you are comfortable in

There’s no use investing in the latest streetwear if you don’t feel comfortable wearing it. Wear what feels right to you, because if you feel self-conscious then this will show and it won’t matter how many hundreds you’ve dropped.

Keep it simple

There is no need to go overboard when there is no clothing rule in your organisation. Hence, the rule of thumb should be to keep your casual simple.

Pay attention to details 

Paying attention to details is very important and ignoring such details will probably make you appear haggard and not really good. So, whatever casual you want to wear, pay attention to every detail to ensure every piece of fashion item sync.

Find a uniform

Many people find the idea of a uniform stifling and restrictive, but for others, it’s an exercise in simplification and reduction. Find a way of dressing that’s easy and effortless, not dissimilar from wearing a suit in the sense you can get up, throw it on and head out the door.

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