Luca Grossi®

Casual looks November 2022

The casual style is one of the styles most appreciated by women, as it manages to combine comfort and femininity at the same time.

Comfort is one of the essentials for feeling comfortable in any outfit, and comfort and practicality are never lacking for the casual style.

It is very easy to create this type of look because there are many versatile garments and shoes combined to create super casual outfits.

We have selected some wild cards and outfits you can wear to dress casual chic.

The first outfit we have chosen for you consists of trousers, a shirt and ankle boots. The trousers, for example, are high-waisted flared trousers in plain anthracite grey, the boyfriend brushed shirt with a grey and black checked pocket, and the ankle boots in leather and stretch fabric, black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and 6 cm heel, like item Fabrizia463 in the black version by Luca Grossi.

We propose a skirt, a jumper, and brogues as a second outfit. The skirt is a pleated midi-skirt with a retro optical print in brown tones, the jumper is a boxy, oatmeal-coloured plain-coloured neckline, and the brogues are made of leather with beige laces, platinum-coloured accessories, black and hazelnut rubber sole, leather lining and a 3-cm heel, like item Anouk488 in the nude version by Luca Grossi.

The third look consists of jeans, a jumper, and sneakers. The mom jeans in washed black, the jumper in soft yarn with aged stitching in bright blue, and the leather sneakers with tone-on-tone striped elastic and a 4 cm wedge heel, like item Dalia643 in the black version by Luca Grossi.

Our last proposal consists of a trouser, a jumper and ankle boots. The trousers are tailored, tapered and high-waisted in solid black, the jumper has asymmetrical lacing and is in solid cream with black details, and the ankle boots are in calfskin with anthracite elastic, embellished with a black patent leather accessory, black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and 3 cm heel, like item Estela553 in the cream version by Luca Grossi.