What smart casual shirts to wear at work

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Casual shades

Occasionally, your choice of colour can make a look more casual. Go for a lighter shade of denim and a colourful shirt to keep things nice and laid-back.

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Pop of colour

With shorter days, you might find yourself reaching for darker, more practical, colours. But that doesn't mean you can't add an autumnal shirt to the mix to liven things up.

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Ground bold tones with neutrals

Anchor bold shades like orange with neutral pieces. A bright shirt stands out against mid-wash blue jeans, but if you layer a lighter blazer on top it tones down the colour making it easier to wear.

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Go back to the '70s

And no, it doesn’t involve a time machine. All you need to do is freshen up your trusty black trousers with sunshine shades like lemon and orange – think a colourful blazer layered over an equally vibrant spread-collar shirt.

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Pull off bold colours with ease

If an orange shirt pushes your style boundaries, anchor it with grey trousers. It's a simple trick that's useful to have in your arsenal: neutral tones help to ground bold pieces, unlike black which adds contrast and elevates the colour.

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