Is it normal to wear smart casual clothing on a daily basis?

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I'm used to dressing a lot more casually- a t shirt, jeans, a hoody or a jumper.

Recently I started dressing in smart casual clothes. The thing is I find I enjoy it! I feel more confident.

Is it a bit stuffy, though? Or should I not care?
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(Original post by gurneysimmonds)
The thing is I find I enjoy it! I feel more confident.
Only bit that matters. Wear whatever you want.

Anyways, smart casual is pretty normal stuff to wear, except maybe at clubs or at formal occasions (obviously)
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You should definitely not care. There's days where I live in pjs and then other days where I'm dressed like a princess. Just go with what makes you happy and confident! Embrace the changeover wardrobe haha
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just wear whatever you like
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My brother nearly always does.
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Nah it's fine. I wear a suit jacket (I have quite a varied collection) on a daily basis along with a t-shirt / shirt, jeans and shoes. It's easy, I've gotten used to it and that's what my wardrobe consists of. It doesn't interfere with my work life or anything (we can wear whatever we like). No one raises a fuss over it and I get the occasional compliment. Dress the way you want to, as long as it's within your financial means and doesn't interfere with work.
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I think a lot of people dress like that on a daily basis. It's just a type of style some people have
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That's what I wear. I wouldn't even call it smart casual. It's just casual.

I have never liked t shirts, trainers are for sport only and I quit jeans about a year and a half ago.
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(Original post by gurneysimmonds)
I'm used to dressing a lot more casually- a t shirt, jeans, a hoody or a jumper.

Recently I started dressing in smart casual clothes. The thing is I find I enjoy it! I feel more confident.

Is it a bit stuffy, though? Or should I not care?
I've got some examples, I'll try to link them.
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Wear whatever you feel like wearing and whenever, just dont give a **** about what others think or say , just focus on urself
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Looks much more classy and grown up.
a mans woollen trench coat would look good with your outfit.
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As long as you're happy wearing it, then it's fine!

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I prefer to wear smart-casual myself. Shoes, Jeans, Shirt with Jumper over the top. Years ago i used to wear shirts and skinny ties all the time.
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