Casual Ways to Wear Shirts for Guys

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Looking casual, whether you are dressing for business casual or just being casual going out, does not mean sloppy. Find out about casual ways to wear shirts for guys with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Kate Leser, the makeover expert. Today's topic is casual ways to wear shirts for guys. Looking casual whether you are dressing for business casual or just being casual going out, that does not mean sloppy. Here are a few tips to help you stay stylish, yet casual and comfortable. The first thing I want to talk about is fit. It's very important that your shirts fit. I want you to have a shirt that fits close to the body, make sure the shoulders fit at the seams right here at the shoulders so a well fitting shirt looks fantastic and stays very stylish. Another thing is I used a pattern here, patterns are another way to add interest to your style so this one has a polka dot but you could do any kind of a print. Now another thing of course I'm really big about color so add some color, you can be casual but add a little bit of color. Now leaving your shirt untucked is a nice casual look. It all depends on what you are looking for. Are you looking for business casual or more just around the house casual or going out casual? So leaving your shirt untucked is okay, but again, you want it to fit, you don't want it too long. Another look that I like that stays casual is wearing a T-shirt underneath a button down. So this gives you almost the look of having a jacket. So you can wear this. The shirt still fits, your tee should fit you and you can have a tee underneath, leave your shirt open is another wonderful look for a casual. Now of course, if you just want to really be casual, having a graphic tee says hey I'm more interesting than just a solid color shirt. So you want to think about fit, color, pattern and then how you wear it together.


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