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Casual clothing is all about personal expression and being comfortable in the clothing that you wear. Casual clothing comes in many forms, including smart or business casual wear which is a style that is worn to work by South Africans all over the country and is seen in just about every industry. Formal wear and semi-formal wear is also quite common in the workplace. At Corp Clothing we have a variety of casual clothing styles for you to choose from and our clothing is not only affordable but also highly durable. Casual wear doesn’t have to be boring either. Our clothing is designed to look great; you can make a statement with our casual clothing. Jeans and t-shirts might be the norm when it comes to this style of clothing, but we take it that one step further by introducing different types of clothing into the casual wear line.

Getting back to the basics and keeping it simple. The one thing that all kinds of casual wear have in common is the materials that are used. When you think about casual clothing you are likely to envision cotton and denim rather than velvet and lace. Casual wear is also often determined by the style into which the clothing is cut. Loose fitting tops and pants, jeans, soft cotton t-shirts, tank tops and even gym clothing are the popular cuts that are associated with casual clothing. Such styles are more for wearing when you are on holiday or relaxing at home.

Business casual is fast replacing the work uniform and we have the styles and fabrics that suit all kinds of industries. As they say, you need to dress for the position you want and not the position you have, and every company can benefit from having staff who  not only look sharp but who are comfortable too. Business casual includes slacks in a variety of colours including khaki, black and different shades of brown, teamed with corporate style long sleeved and short sleeved shirts. Neutral colours are usually the norm as well.