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Hoodies/Jeans/Sneakers: Casual Office Style

August 21, 2017 | by Scott

When it comes to men’s fashion, you can’t go wrong with the tried-and-tested hoodie/jeans/sneakers combination. If you’re working in a casual workplace, then this is your go-to outfit. It’s not too formal and not as casual as, say, jogging bottoms and a t-shirt. If you’re looking for a good casual outfit for work, I’d recommend adding these pieces to your work wardrobe.

The Hoodie: Superdry High Neck Zip Hoodie, Oxblood, $94.50

This Superdry’s double zip hoodie is inspired by Mountaineering gear and features two front zip pockets and a soft, lined hood. The hoodie comes in several colors, but this oxblood version is the perfect color for the upcoming colder weather. Style it with black or gray jeans, a neutral color tee, and your favorite canvas sneakers.

The Jeans: Sid Skinny Stretch Jeans, Grey, $70

Grey jeans are awesome for the office! They are more versatile than regular jeans–you can dress them up or down–and mix and match with a variety of pieces already available in your closet. The skinny jeans pictured above pair well with hoodies, sweaters, polos, and plain white tees for work or after-hours adventures. Also, they are available in multiple colors!

The Sneakers: Nike Roshe One, was $79, now $49 at Dick’s Sporting Goods

The Nike Roshe One comes with embroidered eyelets, breathable mesh, and soft sock liners. With sneakers like these, victory will be yours. Team up these black sneakers with a hoodie (like the one on this post) and skinny jeans for a casual outing or for the office.

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