If you’re heading to a casino for a 3 day, 2 night stay you most likely will not need two bags on wheels as well as a carry-on, but you may need more than just your musty gym bag stuffed with a few t-shirts that aren’t in the laundry and a pair of shorts! As such, we have put together a list of 5 must-have items for men and ladies for the perfectly prepared weekend away.
Jeans aren’t always appropriate, especially if you plan on visiting a swanky club at the casino resort. Be sure to pack a pair of neat, tailored pants in a neutral colour such as black, dark blue, stone, grey, or khaki.
Neat Blue Jeans
A pair of tailored blue jeans, without holes, is perfectly suitable attire for most modern casinos. Pair these with a nice shirt and throw on a tie for a more formal look. If you’re going for a more casual look, put on a neutral coloured t-shirt without any obnoxious slogans or sayings.
Your comfy sneakers are fine for the plane or the car ride over, but they aren’t going to win you any favours at an upmarket casino. Take along a pair of semi-casual shoes such as loafers or boat shoes instead.
Socks: Athletic and Dress
Athletic socks will do just fine for most of the time, but you will likely require dress socks to wear with your loafers or boat shoes if you’re heading to the VIP section of the casino, or an elite nightclub.
A Neat Button-Down Shirt
If you’re wondering why so many players enjoy NZD online casino games it probably has something to do with complicated casino attire! We are not suggesting that you wear a white, long sleeve button-down shirt at all times, as shorter sleeves will do just fine, but leave the Hawaiian shirts at home.
By conservative we aren’t suggesting that you dress like the First Lady, but most casinos frown upon showing too much skin. As such, be wary of mini-skirts or plunging necklines, and choose to show either your legs or chest – but not both.
A Wrap, Sweater or Pullover
If you’re enjoying a rooftop cocktail in the VIP section of an elite casino nightclub, you definitely don’t want to get cold. As such, pair your cocktail dress with a neat wrap, sweater, or pullover in a complimentary colour.
A Pair of Flats
While you may prefer to rock your stilettos at all times, most casinos cover a large area, and you may find yourself lagging behind the crowd if your shoes become uncomfortable. Take a long a pair of neat flats, but be wary of sandals that are too informal.
Neat Blue Jeans
If you want to altogether avoid the complications of a conservative cocktail dress paired with a complimentary wrap, take a pair of neat blue jeans or tailored pants in a neutral colour. These will pair well with heels or flats.
A Versatile Blouse
You may want to take the party from day to night without having to change, especially if you aren’t staying on the casino premises, and as such it would be a good idea to pack a versatile blouse that can work for both the day and night.
Good luck at the slots and tables, and remember: if in doubt, smart-casual is always your best bet!