Appropriate business casual dress typically includes slacks or khakis, dress shirt or blouse, open-collar or polo shirt, optional tie or seasonal sport coat, a dress or skirt at knee-length or below, a tailored blazer, knit shirt or sweater, and loafers or dress shoes that cover all or most of the foot.
In respect to this, can you wear jeans if it's business casual?
Perfect pants. The key to business casual is having a pant that is a different color than your blazer—whether it is a pair of slacks, khakis or even jeans. Although, depending on your workplace, jeans may not be considered office appropriate. If you have the denim go-ahead, stick to a solid, dark wash.
Is a jean dress business casual?
Your business casual jeans should fit well. If ever there was a pair of jeans to “dress up” it is a pair of dark denim. With a complete lack of fade ad signs of wear, they complement a blazer very well. (Speaking of dark jeans as dressy, don't forget that black denim is your in-between dress pant.)
Are open toed shoes appropriate for business casual?
You can't go wrong wearing closed toe heels or flats. Peep-toe shoes or sandals may or may not be appropriate for business-casual. If your environment is more lax, nice sandals may be ok in the warmer months but no, no, no thongs or flip flops, ever. Sorry.