Note: I found this to be a very interesting perspective on casino fashion from the male point of view. It seems as though many have lost the desire to get dressed up and go out over the past few decades, and this is apparent in the casinos, too. It’s become common place to see a sea of jeans in Atlantic City. In Vegas, once known for its glitterati, it’s also become very dressed down. For me, I love an opportunity to put on something new or slightly more formal and dress it up with a pair of heels. You’ll never feel out of place if you’re overdressed, but you can definitely find an uncomfortable zone if you are too casual. When you put more effort into your appearance, you’ll be surprised how an ordinary night out becomes something special. Fashion affects the way you feel, the way you move, and even the way you carry yourself. It seems that the US isn’t the only place where casual has become too mainstream. The UK has also seen a decline in dress. Check out this more global view. ~ The Lady in Red
It’s important not to get too hung up on worrying about the dress code though; and unless you are planning a night at one of the real high roller ones in London or another big city, it will be fairly relaxed. One thing is for certain; don’t go out like you are laying about at home playing at an online casino. Most of the smaller casinos regard smart casual as appropriate, and if you are there to play the games, you will want to feel comfortable. Picking a smart but low-key combination of mid-length skirt or dress, blouse and jacket and beautiful shoes you can walk around in, will guarantee comfort. Even jeans would be fine, as long as they are clean, tidy and well-pressed.
Some women visit casinos to party, usually at a bar, club, or a private room. Your outfit for this kind of night is likely to be strikingly different, because making a real visual impression is more important
than it would be if you were there to play the casino games. The dress code is likely to prohibit you wearing anything as revealing as you could wear to some nightclubs, and full-length dresses will be far too formal for most women – which requires a compromise.
Many women opt for a little black dress here, because it is sufficiently classy to pass the dress code, and lively enough to indicate that they are there to have fun. Again, skip a bulky bag which would just get in the way of dancing or holding drinks.