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Upgrade your tee

Smarter than a t-shirt but more comfortable than a shirt, a polo plays nicely with chinos and jeans. Feel free to tuck it in if you’re wearing a belt.

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In the navy

Cable-knit plus pea coat has been the sailor's uniform for more than a century. To make it landlubber-safe, just add jeans and ready-for-anything boots.

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A considered finish

Contrast a grey suit with a classic navy overcoat. A dark green tie and checked scarf add extra points of interest without going too bold.

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Match top to bottom

Proof that pattern needn't be scary, by echoing the shirt's background colour in your shorts, you create a consistent look in which everything feels nice and balanced.

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Casual-smart, not smart-casual

For a new take on smart-casual, downplay the smart, and lean into relaxed. In other words, team minimalist white trainers with navy chinos and a navy or black polo. Perfect pretty much anywhere.

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Sticking to one shade

Single-shade outfits always feel smarter. To stop them being boring, add a patterned scarf to create some visual difference.

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The sleek and minimal look

An overcoat's structure makes it ideal for smartening up in nasty weather. Stick to neutral shades underneath – white shirt, black jeans – to keep that minimalist cool.

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Dressing up denim

The darker the denim, the dressier the jeans. We've enhanced that even more by throwing on a single-breasted overcoat and lace-up leather boots (as opposed to trainers, for instance).

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