Smart casual work outfits

Whether you’re finding it hard to choose the appropriate Work - Smart casual attire or simply are searching for new look inspiration, we’re positive you’ll find quite a few Work - Smart casual outfit ideas perfect for you.

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Transformer loafers

Loafers can be a dress-up or a dress-down shoe. Wear them with a suit, and it'll relax your look. Wear them with jeans, and they say "I made an effort".

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Lean on an overcoat

Call on your trusty outer layers, the cold-weather season has arrived. Choose a single-breasted overcoat for a structured, smart touch that'll keep you looking sharp and feeling cosy. It's a win-win, right?

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Tone down heavy colour palettes

A check blazer in dark tones brings a certain intensity to your look. Pair with lighter pastel shades, which level it out without stealing any of the attention.

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Lean on light-toned trousers

The warm weather might have faded, but your lighter pieces are here to stay. Ease into cooler climes by balancing neutral cream trousers with warm browns and oranges, for a softer cosy season finish.

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Stylish separates

The beauty of smart separates is that you can mix and match your colours and patterns (within reason). Go for neutrals – navy is always a winner – then add in some personality with the tie and shirt.

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Pare back your smart separates

A brown utility jacket or overshirt instantly tones down a smart blue shirt and stone trousers on days when a suit isn't necessary. The collar and lapels imitate a blazer, but with a laid-back, unstructured feel that's more relaxed.

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Go for graphics

Big but simple graphics on a sweatshirt bring heaps of interest to a pared-back outfit and does all the heavy lifting – so you can rely on your staple items without looking drab.

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Run towards this look

We’re talking, pronto. Smart staples like a navy trench and grey formal trousers can be given a burst of colour (and contrast) with a pair of bright-coloured kicks.

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