I like the Neopolitan look- soft, natural shoulder Italian style. As discussed before, I own quite a bit of Zegna, but also like Barbera, Isaia, and of course Kiton. Give my current means I have to do a lot of bargain hunting to afford what I like. However, I do also like some English and updated traditional influences just for some variety. And Aloha shirts. If everyone wore them to work like they do in the Islands, how many Worldcoms and Enrons would we have? How can you cheat somebody wearing a Hawaiian shirt? Foxx and Stu- for business casual a good quality merino wool or cashmere polo looks great under a suit or sportcoar sans tie and is easy to do. Just pick up a knit or two while you're buying the usual shirt and tie with a tailored clothing ensemble. For everday casual, solid dark casual slacks always work, with a subtle plaid, houndstooth or tattersall to match. If you like color, a lot of brands are making some really nice stuff these days, soft fabrics with great hands. And if it's cold out, a solid color sweater of a different matching color than the slacks finishes the look nicely. If you want edgy casual, I defer to LA Guy, Renwick and PStoller.