Or just strategically watch TV:

Dress like the characters that make sense for your casting.

The Blacklist: Notice the Color

They get creative with the details of their black/white/gray/blue/brown uniforms. See how they swap out the ties? Also note some fun summer outfits here! Subtle texture, subtle pattern.

Marlon: A Twist on Blazer Combos

A deep eggplant blazer balances the ubiquitous blue button down, and a turtleneck and a pocket square are a lovely specific difference from the usual combo.

The Brave: T-shirts and things with pockets

Notice the difference in texture and color palette between the suits in HQ and the people in the field. T-shirts always go under uniforms, Henleys always look rugged, layers = travel. And notice the twist on the blue button down here--not a "Mom" shirt in this one. What makes it different here?

Superstore: Under the Vest

Yes they have uniforms, but unlike medical dramas, this show still gets to use wardrobe to tell you about character. And it does. Note: a cloud tie is a very, very specific choice.

This Is Us: Mothering Types

Note the difference between present day and flashback sequences. And as always: simple patterns add pops of color without being distracting; necklines are interesting and varied, and are consistent with the story of each character!

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