Unless you live in Las Vegas, a casino is not a place you spend time at too often. And when you finally decide to spend a night with gambling, you might find it difficult to think of the perfect outfit to wear on a casino night. Should you go with a retro look? A casual one, or a relaxed one? Well, to make things a bit easier for you here is a short guide on the dos and don'ts of dressing up for a night of gambling.
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Mind the dress code
The dress code required by a casino depends largely on what kind of audience it wants to attract. As a general rule, you are expected not to show up in sweatpants and printed t-shirts, and shorts & sandals are also out of the question. Depending on the profile of the casino you plan to visit, men can usually make do with a pair of jeans, a shirt (or plain t-shirt) and a comfy jacket, while women can make do with any dressy outfit.
Here is a list of don'ts from The Star Casino in Sydney, which you can take as a general guide to what never to wear to a casino night:
- Dirty, ripped, torn or soiled clothing
- Work uniforms
- Clothing bearing offensive slogans and / or pictures
- Face paint or disguises
- Dirty, worn or damaged footwear, UGG boots, Crocs, rubber beach thongs and open toed shoes (for men)
- Active sportswear including gym-wear, training shirts, beachwear or swim suits
- Men's singlet, tank tops or t-shirts
- Steel cap boots and any other forms of work boots
- Hats or caps, except for medical reasons
- Shorts (for men)
- Any other clothing deemed not to be neat, tidy or appropriate
On special occasions, or to access certain facilities inside the casino, you're usually required to adhere to a much more specific dress code. Make sure to check with the casino before you go, to avoid unpleasant surprises.