7 Casual Outfit Formulas That Just Always Work

About as failsafe as it gets.

7 Casual Outfit Formulas That Just Always Work

Is it just me or is picking out a more casual outfit usually even more challenging than putting together a dressier look? No matter if I'm leaving the house in a plain tee and denim, I could easily try on ten different pairs of jeans just to land on the right look that's casual and laid-back but still  I'm a fashion girl, you know? 

Since I find myself mulling over these casual looks more than I probably should, I figured it would be useful to create a failsafe guide to casual wear for those moments where you want to be easygoing but still look cool. To me, the below seven outfit formulas do just that. Whether they feature the most simple basics in our closets like a tee, jeans, and sneakers or riff on a few trendier elements, putting together one of these ensembles is a can't-lose scenario. 

A structured blazer, especially one in a neutral tone, works wonders to make a simple denim outfit look polished.

Double denim, the Canadian tux—whatever you want to call it, it's a never-fail formula. I'd take a cue from Matilda and pair a denim jacket with jeans in the same wash.

A pretty dress with athletic sneakers is a calling card for fashion girls everywhere and it's actually so easy to re-create. Style a fun frock (bonus points if it involves elements like ruffles or puff sleeves) with your favorite kicks and add in whatever accessories suit your mood.

Give suiting a dressed-down approach when you wear a relaxed set with a simple ribbed tank and "dad" sneakers.

Hinge your outfit around one piece, in this case a printed skirt, and fill in with your favorite basics.

When you're not feeling jeans, relaxed trousers are a chic alternative. Wear them with a simple tank for an easy, summertime 'fit.

Thanks to 2021, coordinating sweats are a look you actually want to be seen out of the house in. A structured jacket pulls the look together.

Up next, see the seven low-cost, high-quality basics I wear over and over.

Source : Who What Wear More