What smart casual shirts to wear at work

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Break style rules

Don't be afraid to go for black and blue. It's easier to pull off than black and black as that can start to feel a bit "rock". Plus, the reddish tones of the tie lift the dark colours

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Give a formal look some edge

A formal invite doesn’t have to mean boring. In fact, it’s an opportunity to play with print. Keep your shapes classic and tailored, and go for a subtle clash of checked blazer and patterned tie.

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Elevate simple smart pieces

Blend elements of formal and casualwear in neutral tones for a balanced look that feels considered and smart. Introducing different textures elevates your outfit, giving it a luxurious feel that's perfect for colder weather.

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Why we’re feeling blue and lilac

It’s a dynamic colour combo, we reckon. In practice? A blue trench with a lilac formal shirt, offset with a navy V-neck jumper and grey trousers. Mid-brown Chelsea boots will work a treat too.

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The definition of smart and cool

Warm-weather dressing doesn’t have to be a challenge. All you have to do is focus on lightweight pieces in breathable fabrics that will feel cool and look effortless at the same time. A neutral linen blazer is the perfect start.

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