This is a term I frequently use, meaning to dress casual while looking stylish; adding nice footwear (in my case a heel) or jewellery to accessorise an outfit takes a casual look up a level.
When I am out and about I often get comments about way I look like “You look nice” or “I like your style”. I say “thanks” while in my head I think I am just wearing jeans and a top it’s nothing fancy, I just threw it on. This is what I call casual but nice!
It is not always about what you wear but how you wear it. You can have on the simplest outfits but adding a faux leather jacket to your outfit will give you an edgy look, or turning up your jeans with your trainers or heels will give trendy relaxed casual feel to your outfit. Or wearing a feminine blouse with ripped jeans just pairs it back keeping it stylish but casual day wear which could be worn with barely there-heels or pumps.
This year’s popular “street wear” fashion is another way of keeping it casual but nice. An oversized sweater dress teamed with over the knee boots and an oversized denim jacket or an oversized t-shirt dress with a corset belt and over the knee boots or ankle boots is comfortable casual styling its best.
These are a few of my casual but nice looks from this past week.
Grey frayed hem sweater dress by Prettylittlething
Was £20 Now £8
Oversized denim jacket by New Look
Pink hooded sweater dress by New Look
Tights by Boohoo
Parrot shirt by Oasis
Ripped Jamie jeans by Topshop
Yellow Barely-There heels by Just Fab
Burgundy Choker top by Bershka
Bleached ripped Jamie jeans by Topshop
Burgundy Court shoes by New Look