The art of dressing business casual: Menswear

The art of dressing business casual: Menswear

Hello everyone out there as always it’s good to see you . Just in case you are not to familiar with me or are new to this blog & you have not pressed play on the intro , I AM JMADDD STYLES. Fashion Stylist , Image Consultant , Personal Fashion Shopper , and now Fashion/Style blogger with a side of YouTuber. I would like to take this time out to welcome you to my latest blog post : The art of dressing business casual: Menswear. This is a fashionable subject that often perplexes many as much as the subject of dressy casual, which in-fact really isn’t much different. What we are going to do today is have a look at some styles that I have put together to fit the title of business casual and give you a little bit of commentary as to why the look works. So let’s get started. Now upfront you’re should know that dressing business casual does not actually have to mean putting on a suit , especially not a conventional suit . For this look I went with corduroy suit which can be a little easier to dress down and can be a little more casual than the more conventional suit is or could be . Even though if you know how a conventional suit can be very easily dressed down as well. This works because it also shows that you do not need on a tie to fit the mold of business casual either , then to take it a step further the top look is showing you how to be business casual without wearing a dress shoe but instead using a designer casual sneaker to make the look still business but less serious.The next three looks show you how to go business casual using jeans , and this series of looks also show you that being business casual doesn’t always have to mean wearing a blazer either or even a dress shirt of sorts depending on what industry you are in and where it is that you are going. If you are going to use the option of dress jeans , make sure that you use a dark wash for the look , with no rips or other distressing to the denim. This look works because when done correctly a pair of dark denims can look as dressy and good as the finest pair of trousers. For the next two looks not only did I take away the blazer and conventional suit look but I inserted a cool leather jacket , now what makes this look work is the fact that the leather jacket is paired with a dress boot and a slightly high waisted trouser to really make the look more dressy and you guessed it business casual. The look is made diverse by switching out the shirts from a more dressy button up shirt to a turtleneck just taking a new meaning to the term business casual.For the last two looks I’m taking you back to the blazer and trousers look, the first look is giving you the more modernized look of a classic look from the past with a leather blazer and once again the turtleneck, I always say the turtleneck is something every man needs to have as a staple in their wardrobe , it’s always a major go to item as it looks great with almost everything. The second look is a favorite of mine that was put together for a previous blog about the style that is Ralph Lauren. This style just so happens to fit the mold of this latest blog post , but once again this look utilizes neutrals and trousers to give you that perfect go anywhere business casual look. Well there it is , we have just reached the end of yet another blog post. Hopefully I have defined the style that is business casual good enough for you to be able to follow the fashionable formula to seamlessly pull this style off. I AM JMADDD STYLES , and this has been The art of dressing business casual: Menswear. That’s it for now , so until the next time…IM GONE…!!!..

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My name is Johnathan Madison , but I go by the name JMADDD STYLES. The Fashion Stylist , Image Consultant , Personal Fashion Shopper and Fashion/Style Blogger. If you are in need of my services contact me and we can talk about it. or or . You can also get a copy of my own personal styling guide ( The JMADDD STYLES Book of Styles ) @ ( key word JMADDD.

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