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Monday, February 24, 2014

Jammies, Jeans, or Dress? What to wear on a night out at the casino!

This post was kindly written for closertolucy.com by Dexter Johnson and fits in the with regulations of my site.
What would you wear on a night out to a casino?
If you are going for a night out at a casino, it is important to dress the part, especially if you want to let your hair down and have a little fun, after all that is what going to a casino is all about. These girls are certainly having a ball, and so should you (Girl's night out is calling). Though, Girl's night in isn't suck a bad idea.... You can always play the classic casino games at home on Lucky Nugget, but there is nothing better than getting your finest clothes on and having a great night out. 
Fundamentally you can wear just about anything that doesn’t look cheap (think tasteful). The official dress code of the vast majority of casinos in the UK and indeed throughout most of Europe, as well as, here in the U.S. is stated as being smart casual, but that doesn’t mean very much at all. Smart casual can be interpreted in a multitude of ways (just do the classy side of you).
If you want to feel at ease in some of the high end casinos, particularly the Mayfair casinos such as Aspinalls and the Crockford Club, you can get in if accompanied by a member, but if you don’t want to look and feel a little out of place you do need to wear something smart. A designer cocktail dress would be perfect, though failing that a stylish suit or smart skirt and top is fine as long as it looks expensive. An evening dress might be just a little bit over the top though, unless it is an official black tie dinner in which case an evening dress is more or less de rigueur.
If you are visiting a more casual casino then you can get by with just about anything you like as long as it is reasonably decent and clean (just leave the bunny slippers at home). You can even wear jeans as long as they are smart and look reasonably fashionable. It is important that you feel comfortable especially if you are going to be spending some hours on the gaming tables. Comfortable shoes or boots are a must. If you must wear a T-shirt, then avoid one with any text or images, generally they are not permitted attire.


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7 comments:

Jessica said...

This one I'm not sure on because I'm 19 and the closest casinos are in Mississippi and you have to be 21 to get in.

Jessica said...

But if I could get in I'd probably just dress casually, but until that day comes, pjs and pc casino games is it :)

Closer to Lucy said...

Lol...Well Jessica, I guess you can have a girl's night in and practice your skills online at the Luck Nugget. Jeans, bunny slippers, and the girls sounds like a great plan to me!

Samantha said...

i SO need a girls night! and bunny slippers. LOL

Nicole Sanford said...

We are planning a trip back to Vegas soon. Reading your post made me feel much more confident! I'm a beach girl, so dressing for Casinos doesn't come naturally to me. Thanks for the great tips!

Tomi Clark said...

I never really thought about it but you see everything from jeans and tees to after 5 attire at the casinos. Although, I'm not much for gaming, I really enjoy attending concerts at casino venues. I saw Diana Ross last year. Amazing and tix were inexpensive. I'm sure I'd paid a ton more had I seen the same concert in a major arena venue.

Krystal said...

I would wear the second outfit. I feel most comfortable in jeans, and to dress it up I would wear a fancy blouse and possibly some heels.

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