Tuesday, 7 March 2017

How to dazzle in a dress on the casino floor

Women want to look their very best no matter the occasion. This would include going out for the evening to places such as casinos. Visiting casino have become more popular in the recent years due to boom in online casino and with reviews like JackpotCity review reassures player that they are playing at a safe casino. 

When it comes down to visiting the actual land based casino you need to be dressed appropriately – something you might not have considered if you were just playing online in your living room. Many of our perceptions about casinos come from films which have depicted them as having glamourous nightlife with patrons dressed to the nines. However, this is far from reality, as many modern casinos do not even have a dress code. So whether she is visiting a casino with a dress code or without, this article will give women some suggestions on what to wear. 

Going Out Casual

Some casinos can be considered more of an upper class casino. However, wearing a ball gown, a fur coats and diamonds here would be overkill. The main outfit can be similar to what one might wear to the office including a skirts and dress slacks paired with blazers and blouses. This does not mean that dresses cannot be worn just make sure you are not overdressed. Decency is important when choosing an outfit for a casino. Dealers as well as fellow gamblers will take a woman more seriously if she dresses in a modest manner. This means no plunging necklines, short hems or even too casual items such as t-shirt.

Casual Outfit
Of course, if a woman is visiting a casino with an informal dress code or perhaps not one at all, the outfits can be a bit more casual. Trainers and jeans are perfectly acceptable. The only caveat to this is that any clothing should be in good repair. Even though torn jeans may be in fashion, they just are not appropriate to wear to a casino in the evening. 

Before heading out for an evening of fun, check to find out what the specific dress requirements are for the casino you will be visiting. Most casinos have their own website that would have this information or simply call their customer service line.











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13 comments:

  1. I love that dress! Especially if it was teamed with those black booties!

    Cass | CassandraMyee

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    1. Such a lovely post. I've never been to a casino, but I loved this beautiful dress. It’s really cool. This article will give some awesome tips and suggestions for women on what to wear when she is visiting a casino with a dress code or without. One of my friend is like to visit casino who is also dissertation writer and providing help writing economics dissertation with me at Dissertation Help UK. So I will be happy to recommend this beautiful post to her and hope she would like it. Thanks. Keep sharing.

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  2. I've never been to a casino, but the dress code is something I'm aware of. Great tips for dressing appropriately! :)

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  3. These are great ideas! I've never actually been to a casino! Love the print on the dress!

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  4. I love the scallop print dress - despite having never been in a Casino I'd be happy to flaunt that anywhere!

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  5. That Kate Spade watch is beautiful xxxx

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  6. Oooh such lovely choices! I have only been to casinos on cruise ships! Kaz :)

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  7. I simply can't pick which outfit I like the most - both are so pretty!

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  8. Lovely bits! My favourite is that dress. I'd love that for upcoming hen do x

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  9. I'm off to vegas soon and these outfits look great for it

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  10. Such a great selection of outfit, these are all looks pretty

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  11. Some great ideas. I love the silver glitter bow heels and the graphic shift dress. Gorgeous!

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  12. I love both of these outfits! Looks so good, I love plying at the casino x

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