What smart casual knitwear & sweaters to wear at work

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An alternative to blue jeans

If you don't want to look like you're wearing a Texas Tuxedo, then try swapping blue jeans for grey trousers. You can then wear a blue denim shirt on top.

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Let the outerwear do the talking

Just the hint of colour peeking through the navy pea coat is enough to stop this outfit feeling boring. Particularly with work boots to give it a rugged edge.

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Warm yet stylish

Pair a khaki green wax jacket and a chunky knit for a look Beckham would be proud of – you'll stay warm and dry and earn style points at the same time. Whether you're walking the pups in the country or wading through crowds on a city street, this pairing feels right at home.

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Chinos can take the place of formal trousers

Worn in the right way (and in the right colour) a pair of neutral chinos can sub in for formal trousers. Here, they've been smartly styled with a shirt and cardigan.

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Sharp combinations

This much blue can feel blah, but bright highlights, like a white shirt and trainers, create some much needed contrast. Then just throw on a textured blazer, to add depth.

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Loosen up your casual clothing

Just because you're dressed smartly, doesn't mean you need to look stuffy. Throw on a pair of trainers and opt for a slightly looser trouser, and the entire look will feel cooler and more casual.

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All-black everything

Head-to-toe black is a failsafe combination that will work for almost any occasion. But it can look a bit severe. Adding a lighter tone, like grey, will help to break things up.

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Maintaining a smart aesthetic

Slipping a shawl cardigan underneath a single-breasted overcoat adds a layer of warmth while still maintaining a smart aesthetic. As a rule, the thinner the knit the smarter it looks.

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