Business casual is a unique term that combines two opposing things: business looks, which are usually conservative and strict, and casual, which are relaxed and relaxed.
Business casual, while applicable to a wide variety of workplaces, is often interpreted to differing degrees. There should be a delicate balance that must be achieved in order to achieve the perfect business-casual look. Depending on your work environment, you should be able to judge the level of business casual you should wear based on your manager’s clothing.
Pants and jeans
Since it’s office but a bit casual, you can allow the wearing of chic shorts and trousers. Don’t be afraid of patterns: checkered, polka-dot and striped trousers or shirts are just the thing for not making your look so strict. Another idea to spice up the look a bit is to buy a bold bag – a red, mustardy, burgundy, or blue one. You can also wear a sweater with pants when it’s cold, but choose a neutral one or a black one, not relaxed yet simple.
Skirts and dresses
Midi skirts are the most comfortable and best for work. Choose pencil, pleats, wraps or any other skirt that you like. You can wear it with a light sweater of the color you want and bare heels or bold flats – red or leopard. A proper dress with a comfy cardigan is another great idea that can be spiced up with a pair of bold heels or a bag.