My picks: 1. Well cut dress pants and shirt. With a belt and nice shoes. He could add a jacket, but not necessary. Also loooove the V-neck sweater. Square toed shoes are my fave.
How could anyone resist??
Pick #2. For casual wear, I would pick jeans, but not sloppy, dirty, outdated jeans. Worn in jeans = good. Worn out jeans = bad. Any man can find a nice pair of jeans that are flattering on them. I do not want to see a 60 year old retiree in whiskered jeans! The shirt: whatever, but a little loose and untucked. I do not like shirts tucked in jeans- rather wear a tight fitting shirt than tuck it. Still like the square toed shoes with jeans.
My picks for the worst: I don't really know, besides sweatpants! No sweatpants in public, please. I'm not talking about gym pants, I mean actual sweatpants. If they don't care, why should we? That's my opinion. Not a fan of sneakers either unless there is some sporting activity involved- I mean the basketball/running type. The Vans and slim tennies are fine. A lot of mens fashion really defines the man's personality, too- like skinny pants/jeans. Or baggy. I don't like those, but men who wear them usually look good in them.