It’s easy to get stuck in the same old style of clothes, like a uniform you’ve designed for yourself. While that might make it easy to choose when you’re getting dressed in the morning, there are alternatives that will add a little twist to the ordinary and spice up your wardrobe.
Here are six easy alternatives you can choose to make your wardrobe, and you, stand out in all the right ways.
Swap your jeans for some stretch cords
There’s no doubting the classic convenience of denim and now there’s more choice than ever. Now you can find beautiful, soft, comfy stretch cords in a modern style that provide a great alternative to your beloved jeans. Why not try them in a different colour to really add a different twist?
Swap your classic work trousers for some soft chinos
Designed in the 1900s, the chino has been updated over the years to suit almost every fashion tribe there’s been, so why not take it into the workplace? Chinos are classic, smart and comfortable. Read the story here: https://news.orvis.com/products-we-love/chino-vs-khaki-do-you-know-the-difference.
Change your classic shirt for a fine knit collared jumper
Adding a simple white T-shirt under a collared, button neck jumper is a great way to update your look and add a smart, relaxed look to take you from a meal out to an evening with friends
Try a simple polo shirt under a round neck jumper.
Somehow adding a collar to any round neck jumper adds a smart twist and is your opportunity to also bring a bit of colour in a subtle way. You can find some lovely examples, including Farah shirts, over at https://www.ejmenswear.com/men/farah.
Finish your outfit with a smart pair of trainers instead of a classic brogue
These are no longer just for sport! They come in so many colours and styles, so there’s bound to be a pair to suit your outfit.
Wear a bright or patterned shirt.
For a smart look when only a shirt will do, why not go for a bright colour or a different pattern paired with classic dark jeans or trousers. Take a look at some Farah shirts, for example, to find the perfect combination.
Whatever your style, there are always alternatives. Sometimes, all it takes is a bit of imagination.