Casual Wears

Casual wear (or casual attire or clothing) is a Western dress code that is relaxed, occasional, spontaneous and suited for everyday use. Casual wear became popular in the Western world following the counterculture of the 1960s. When emphasising casual wear’s comfort, it may be referred to as leisurewear or loungewear.

What are the benefits of casual wear?

Happier Employees

Most people are generally happier in clothes that they feel comfortable in. And, if employees aren’t distracted by their clothing, they can focus on getting the most satisfaction from their work. Companies with a casual dress code are also known for having a more positive work environment.

Where did casual wear come from?

Where did casual wear come from? Casual wear emerged in America in the early 20th century, when sport was no longer considered an activity for the lower class, and socioeconomic consequences of the world wars instilled functionality as a determining factor when getting dressed.

Why do people wear casual?

Casual outfits are simply more comfortable. Wearing a business suit can weigh heavily after a long day, especially considering that most office jobs are largely sedentary. Swapping formal wear out for more comfortable options will mean a more relaxed and comfortable workforce during long days.

What are the characteristics of casual?

Casual work is characterised by the absence of a stable and continuous employment relationship; according to the European Parliament it can be defined as ‘irregular or intermittent, with no expectation of continuous employment’, with the potential for irregular and unpredictable working hours or schedules.

What are the features of the casual style?

Casual style is a style used in informal (casual) situation and using informal language. The relationship between speaker and hearer is close, so they usually use words or term repetition and frequently use ellipse sentences. It happens in conversations between parents to their children, friends, family members, etc.