Throughout your years, you are going to meet some men who love to play sport, others that play golf, some that smoke cigars, some who had their growth spurt at age thirteen, and others that never had a growth spurt at all—all in all, in your long and hopefully wonderful lifetime, you are going to encounter men of different lifestyles, genetics, and resultantly—body shapes.
Many things in life require the art of balance–the situation in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. Add too much spice to your signature dish you are cooking, and you will spoil the meal in its entirety, decorate your home with too many plants and ornaments, and the result will be clutter. The same rules of balance and avoiding the over-do apply to dressing well, and in particular, perfecting the art of balance when wearing the pink shirt.
With the rapid rise of start-up culture across the world, and a shift from gathering all your style tips from The Wolf of Wall Street, an ascending trend in business casual attire is arriving in office work spaces across the globe, with sprinklings of sneakers and collections of chinos coming to play.
What exactly defines business casual? Business casual would best be described as a style that is less formal than traditional business wear but is still intended to give a professional and businesslike impression in the office. To best work out the equation, think of the 70/30 rule—go for an overall outfit split of 70% business and 30% casual.