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Resort Casual Attire

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Resort Casual Attire

I am heading to Aspen on business and the dress attire for dinner is resort casual. What does that mean? we are going to the st. regis for dinner one night and then caribou club another night.

Edited: 4:29 pm, February 14, 2013
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1. Re: Resort Casual Attire

What time of year?

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2. Re: Resort Casual Attire

When I hear the term "resort casual" I think of a cruise ship, lol!

Usually, resort casual means no denim, no tee shirts, especially with writing on them, no tennis shoes or flip flops, collared shirts or a sweater for men, khakis or similar slacks for men, skirt, slacks, pants suit, maybe dressier capris or simple dress for women. A nice tee shirt probably okay for women, esp. if paired with a scarf, jewelry, or under a sweater, shrug, or jacket. Shorts probably not appropriate for men or women at night.

"Aspen casual" is a little different, I think, in that you'll probably see designer jeans accepted just about anywhere.


Here's a similar previous question:


Edited: 12:01 am, February 15, 2013
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3. Re: Resort Casual Attire

A business trip so think business casual. The people who go to the St. Regis and the Caribou Club do not dress like slobs. No hoodie or sneakers for sure. Got Armani, Varvatos, or Zegna and no tie and you'll blend in nicely with the rest of the FHM guys. Enjoy.

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