Business Casual Clothes Hastings NE

Local resource for business casual clothes in Hastings. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to clothes, casual clothes, business clothes, women clothing, clothing store, tops, menswear, dress shirts, suits, and information on buying clothes online, as well as advice and content on dress code.

St Joseph Gift & Thrift Store
(402) 463-2151
325 W 2nd St
Hastings, NE
 
Hibbett Sporting Goods
(402) 462-2526
3609 Cimarron Plaza Suite 190 Hastings
Hastings, NE
 
Rkmyers
(402) 469-1216
15565 S Union Ave
Ayr, NE
 
LAWLORS CUSTOM SPORTS WEAR
(402) 333-8610
4610 SOUTH 133RD STREET SUITE 109
OMAHA, NE
Departments / Services
Outerwear Work Clothing, fred perry sportswear, Printing, columbia sportswear canada, retro sportswear, patagonia sportswear, Clothing Wholesale Manufacturers, abbigliamento sportswear, champion sportswear, Service, Screen Printing, gtm sportswear, Supply Dealers, Clothing, discount sportswear, fresh produce sportswear, sunbelt sportswear, rugby sportswear, alfred dunner sportswear, university sportswear, consensus sportswear, Good Dealers, tribal sportswear, Clothing Stores, red oak sportswear,
Hours
41.214225 -96.122128

Ralston Thrift Store
(402) 592-3345
Ralston Thrift Store8520 Park Drive
Omaha, NE
 
Browns Shoe Fit Co
(402) 462-9311
600 W 2Nd St Browns Shoe Fit Co #56
Hastings, NE
 
Goodwill Store
(402) 463-5869
2416 W 2nd St
Hastings, NE
 
Christopher & Banks
(402) 463-2233
3001 W 12th St Ste 37
Hastings, NE

Data Provided By:
Men's Wearhouse
(402) 334-6799
3001 S 144Th St #1057
Omaha, NE
Hours
MON: 10:00-9:00
TUE: 10:00-9:00
WED: 10:00-9:00
THU: 10:00-9:00
FRI: 10:00-9:00
SAT: 10:00-9:00
SUN: 11:00-6:00;

Blue Flamingo Thrift Store
(402) 964-2740
P O Box 3684
Omaha, NE
 
Data Provided By:

Fashion party clothing wear casual: What to wear for casual cocktails

The holidays are here, and the winter party season is in full swing. And every winter, the question is "What to wear?" This is especially true when the invitation says, "Come for casual cocktails."

Whether you want to buy a new outfit or wear one of the classic pieces already in your closet, here are a handful of fashion-forward tips to guide your get-up.

Today's top party styles

"When the invitation says 'casual,' interpretations differ," says Leah Feldon, a Nashville and New York-based fashion expert (leahfeldon.com) and author of Does This Make Me Look Fat?

"Some people will always dress up, while others won't," she says. "Some will read 'casual' and others, 'cocktail.' If you do your basic black with fun accessories, you'll be exactly perfect, either way."

"The one thing you're always safe wearing is basic black. Then jazz it up with accessories. You just can't go wrong with that," she assures.

"Black is essential," agrees Jenny Le of Opening Ceremony, which has stores in New York and just recently Los Angeles (openingceremony.us). Try this versatile Karen Kane Boyfriend Jacket .

Le recommends a few hot items to pick up this winter to turn heads anywhere you go.

"Velvet dresses, high waisted skirts, severe pencil skirts, cashmere cardigans, waistcoats, trenches and Victorian granny high heel boots," Le lists.

Another hot look, she says, is slim tuxedo pants and a chiffon bow blouse, or full trousers or high waisted pants."

more great ideas
  • Suits in the spotl...

Click here to read the rest of this article from Celebrate with Style