Casual Wear

Casual outfits are a relaxed western dress code, casual, spontaneous and suitably suited for daily use. Initially, casual wear evolved as a response to the ‘counterculture’ of the 1960s, when a movement that was often called the hippy movement, began an expression of freedom and non-conformity. The early ‘counterculture’ clothing was not necessarily ‘uniform’, though there was a tendency toward wild and free colours and prints.