For a casual look, T-shirts work effortlessly teamed with a pair of jeans and boots. Alternatively they can be dressed up with a casual blazer and chinos.
Staple t-shirts for any wardrobe include white, grey and navy. These are definitely the most versatile colours. Black is also a possibility, but is rather limiting regarding colours to wear with it.
For jeans, fit is king. For the uninitiated, slim, not skinny, is an easier look to wear.
Raw indigo is one of the most versatile colours, closely followed by grey and black. Go for the best quality of jeans you can. It will pay off in spades. One of the best quality jeans manufactures is Jacob Cohen – definitely give them a go. When shopping for chinos, shop in the same way you would for a pair of jeans. Try fairly neutral colours like navy, grey and tones of brown. Hugo Boss Orange chinos are very well cut – try them first.
One simple rule to follow when buying a casual jacket: try on a size smaller than you normally buy. Aim for a snug fit round the shoulders. Circle of Gentlemen blazers are of incredibly good quality and fit like a glove. Regarding shoes, you simply need one white pair and one black pair of trainers. The neutral colour means you can team these with a range for outfits.