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Dress code

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Dress code

Hi People

Were goin to stay in Paris hotel in sept and this is our 1st time in vegas....Can anyone let me know wat the dress code is for restaurants and casinos. Also does anyone have a link for the holdem tournaments that are available.

Cheers

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1. Re: Dress code

Dress code is whatever you want to wear. You will see people in virtually everything. A few restaurants might have some specific dress codes, but there are plenty of places to eat that don't care.

Be comfortable and wear whatever you like.

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There is no dress code save for a handful of "clubs" and a *very few* extremely high end restauramnts. Wear whatever you are comfortable in. Most of the time even "business casual" will be over dressed.

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Cheers.Thanks for the reply,

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5. Re: Dress code

As long as your money is green you have not a worry in vegas

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Slobwear is the norm.

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7. Re: Dress code

Have Fun!

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8. Re: Dress code

Like people said, whatever goes! Casinos and most dining establishments are laid back. Nightclubs tend to be fussy, If that's no your thin don't worry about it.

But if you want to dress up, don't let the casual-wearers deter you. I love to and often mingle with the casuals while wearing sequin minis/heels. It's all good!

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Vegas is very casual almost anywhere. If you're planning on dinner in the more upscale restaurants, it's nice to at least go polo shirt and khakis instead of swim trunks and a wife beater, but other than that, you're unlikely to be turned away.

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