The Everyday Outfit

The everyday outfit for me is one that has always seemed easy to achieve, but is that the case? Well, no, most men have just as many insecurities about what they look like as women do. They just aren’t recognised because men seem to bottle it up. But mastering the everyday outfit really isn’t hard, and there are ways that you can make it look so much better. If you go into a clothing store and reach for the same style of clothing you always would, we’re here to change that. Here’s two options for an everyday outfit that we think you’ll love.


Style #1

Style number one is the more casual out of the two. Whilst fashion is important to men, a lot of us aren’t bothered about what we put on in the morning. So for those of you who know this is you, here’s how you can mix it up a bit. For the casual style, we bet you’re choosing something like jeans and a t-shirt. The first thing you need to do is swap the jeans you’re wearing. Skinny jeans are something all men should be wearing. Anything looser cut is nice, but it just doesn’t have the same effect as a skinny jean would. Then you want to try and get yourself a top that has a bit of writing on it. Even something as simple as that can help jazz it up a little. Have a look at this Netflix and chill top. It is funny, yet still simplistic without being overly stupid. Finish the look with a lightweight zip up jacket. Try and go for something branded to give the look that edge of class that it might be missing. If you’ve gone for light or black skinny jeans, then for your footwear you could consider purchasing some Timberland boots. The lighter coloured ones look good with either light or black jeans, and they’re so fashionable at the minute.

Style #2

This edges more towards to smart casual look, and is perfect for a day out shopping or going for some lunch. First you need to find a polo that you like. Polos can be worn as either casual or smart. Try and get one that is either white, black, or burgundy. Then you need to go for some darker blue skinny jeans, but don’t go too dark! To finish the top off, you need a smart/casual tweed blazer. They’re a lot less formal than a normal blazer, and it gives the outfit the edge of class it was looking for. For the shoes, you want to get yourself some smart boots. Nothing too smart or shiney, just a nice pair of tan coloured boots will do. Finish with a nice slick hairstyle, a watch, and you’re going to have nailed the smart casual look without looking silly!

So there you have it, two versions of an everyday outfit that we think you’ll love. If either one of them is out your comfort zone slightly, don’t be afraid to push the boat out a little from time to time.


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ContributedEthan KentComment