Business casual

Casual Western dress code / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Business casual is an ambiguously defined Western dress code that is generally considered casual wear but with smart (in the sense of "well dressed") components of a proper lounge suit from traditional informal wear, adopted for white-collar workplaces. This interpretation typically including dress shirt and trousers, but worn with an odd-coloured blazer or a sports coat instead. Neck ties are optional in this category.

German politician Ralf Stegner with bow tie in dark navy blazer with blue shirt and khaki trousers

Acceptance of business casual in the United States was preceded by Casual Fridays which originated in California in the 1990s, in turn inspired by the Hawaiian 1960s casual custom of Aloha Friday.[1][2] The designation of particular clothing pieces as "business casual" may be contentious.

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