How to wear red plain casual shirts

Find the perfect items to match with your red plain casual shirts. Whether you’re looking for something casual or smart, we’ve got you covered.

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Pink and navy are a match made in heaven

As preppy a colour combination as you could wish for, this duo nonetheless feels fresh thanks to the addition of stone chinos.

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Bringing pattern back

A plaid shirt will always be of the simplest ways to make a plain look more interesting. It's so classic that it's practically a neutral.

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The casual option

Burgundy is the king of autumn colours, because it feels rich and warm when the weather's not. Keep everything else neutral to ensure your shirt remains the focus.

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Add some texture

The texture of corduroy makes it a perfect winter fabric that's versatile for both casual and smart-casual outfits. It’s warmer than denim or chinos, and can be styled with other textured pieces for a stylish, subtle look.

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Layering that elevates your outfit

When the weather's changeable, layers are your best friend. A denim jacket over a shirt and under a coat doesn't just look good (texture's the win here) it also means you can adapt to rain or shine.

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The art of layering

Mastering the three-collar layer is simple – just make sure each item sits comfortably underneath the next by starting with the thinnest, most flexible layer, and ending in the thickest, sturdiest fabric. Play with textures and colours for extra points of interest.

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Vibrant but warm dressing

Layer thick and cosy winter fabrics, but opt for lighter tones so that your look is more cheerful than your average cold-weather combination.

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Texture on texture

Use texture to nail variation in your clothing come winter. Corduroy trousers are a great option, as they're thicker than chinos and look great with wintry hues like burgundy.

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