Dressing for the occasion is something I often find a bit of a struggle. If you’ve been following my blog you’ll know I have a casual style fashion sense, so things like Christmas parties and casino nights can cause a bit of stress in picking the right outfit.
Sometimes choosing the right clothes and the right style is some kind of a hassle, which is why so many people are deciding to stay at home and play in real money online casinos, which I reckon is not a bad alternative at all, as you can also win money there. But casino nights in particular are more popular this time of year, so here’s some advice for dressing up for the Casino (which you’re often forced to go).
When I think of a casino, I think James Bond or Ocean’s 11. No matter how hard you try, you’re probably not going to look as cool as Bond, but it’s definitely a starting point to guide yourself on what to wear. Don’t go too colourful on the suit and you can’t go wrong. A black suit and black tie/bowtie is a sophisticated combination, especially if you’re forced to go and just want to fit in.
This is sort of a mid-point, as some casino nights can be a bit of a novelty which ables you to go a bit funky with the choices, along with “proper casinos” (not that I’ll ever be invited here) which only let you in if you’re in the finest attire, these are also know as ‘White-tie’ events (not to be confused with ‘black-tie’ events) believe it or not. Either way, a sophisticated combo works for both styles works a treat in my eyes. If you want to go all out, the introduction of a waistcoat will certainly work.
The days of penguin suits and overdressing is not something you’ll encounter nowadays. You’re most likely going to be at the casino, or event for socialising, so it’s important to make sure you’re comfortable too. Being comfortable and cool gives you a feeling of confidence, which always helps at the poker table.
Have you got some advice for dressing up for the Casino? Drop me a comment below and let me know.