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Dress code in the evenings

Leigh
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Dress code in the evenings

Hi everyone we are going to vegas in October can anyone shed any light on the expected dress code in the evenings. Also can you reccommend any shows?

Jersey
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1. Re: Dress code in the evenings

Except for the clubs- there are no dress codes in Vegas. Some people like to dress up at night while others don't bother. You will see everything from tees/shorts, jeans, business casual right up to formalwear at the shows, casinos and restaurants. At the better(more expensive) restaurants you will probably be more comfortable wearing nicer clothes but nothing fancy . Even the restaurants that have dress codes don't really enforce them- I think they are looking for neat and clean. Bring a sweater or light wrap- you may need it in October. And bring the most comfortable pair of shoes you own. Other than that (and the clubs)- you can basically wear whatever you feel comfortable wearing.

It is hard to recommend a show without knowing what kind of shows you enjoy. If you have never seen a Cirque show- I would recommend Mystere. Love was fantastic although it isn't a typical CDS show. Jersey Boys seems to get very good reviews-although I haven't seen the Vegas version of it.

pa
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2. Re: Dress code in the evenings

Same as during the day.Casual is Always Good!!!

Texas
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3. Re: Dress code in the evenings

If you have never been to Vegas and have only seen TV shows, you may be suprised to find out how casual Vegas is. For the most part all of Vegas is very casual... shorts, jeans, t-shirts, comfortable shoes. As far as the fancier restaurants, some may have a dress code... and in that case you could feel comfortable leaving shorts, t-shirts, and jeans behind, dressing as fancy as you feel. In Vegas don't worry about what other people think!

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4. Re: Dress code in the evenings

Vegas is all about comfort. Wear whatever you are comfortable in within reason. You can wear the same thing during the day and the evening if you like or you can dress up at night if you like.

San Antonio, Texas
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5. Re: Dress code in the evenings

Casual Wear for day or night, unless you are going to a very fine dining. At Caesars people dress up a little more than other for the show.

Yankee
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Casual wear means different things to different people. In the evening, for men, khakis and a polo will work just about anywhere. You'll see men out with baggy gym shorts and a tank top at night too but that's a little too casual for my fashion sense.

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7. Re: Dress code in the evenings

For me casual in the evening is shorts if I am just gonna gamble in the casinos, if I am going to dinner or a show, then I wear nice slacks, sometimes a dress, it all depends.

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8. Re: Dress code in the evenings

There really is no formal dress code for evenings. you can wear jeans and a shirt,some chinos and a shirt,or a suit. Whatever your comfortable in. Obviously no bare chests or bikinis/swimwear !!,no worries,be casual,enjoy...

joe

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9. Re: Dress code in the evenings

denim 3 quarter jeans and smart t-shirts for me, I love it when you don't have to dress up.

dallas
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10. Re: Dress code in the evenings

best to dress where your at.

t shirt is great for ellis island,anytime.

evenings at one of top resorts, fine dinning look good i.m.o.