Everyday casual wear is much different than a special night out, or even business clothing. This casual look can include basics such as jeans and t-shirts, to snappy little capris and sundresses. Depending on the time of year, you may look into warmer clothing. This means that everyday wear could include such lush fabrics as wool, cotton, Lycra, and Polyester blends. It is best to incorporate fabrics that breath, as this can cut down on the amount of staining, odors, and heat that you may experience while wearing. The rule of thumb is to find fabrics that are cotton based, or mixed.
During warmer months especially, fabrics that are Lycra based or even silk, tend to have a hotter stickier feel. For everyday casual stick to the light and flowing fabrics that help to cool, while keeping you fashionable. The other trade secret for keeping cool while looking cool is wear light colors. The opposite goes for the cooler months as the heavier synthetic fabrics and darker colors play a major role in what people wear. Much of fashion is also dictated by the type of climate that is typical. For instance, people in Miami, Florida would never wear charcoal gray wool sweaters, and people in Maine would never consider wearing sandals in February. Make sure that your style of clothing is a good reflection of not just you, but also the area that you live in. It is always a good idea to stick with color and trends that seem to be appropriate, because it is wiser to not have shock value, and to just look good.
Finally, take time on your clothing choices. Chances are, for your everyday look you have had the same pair of jeans for 10 years. Try a new look, or trend. This will help make you feel more confident about how you dress.