WHAT TO WEAR ON A GAMING NIGHT OUTAugust 20, 2013
Very sexy Skyfall Bond girl, Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe)
in her red Donna Karan jersey dress.
Although the brilliant choice of games and convenience of online gaming has led to the likes of the Lucky Nugget site becoming household names in recent years, there is still something to be said for having a night out at an old-fashioned land-based dice-joint hall. Getting done up to the nines is certainly a big part of the attraction. These tips should enable you to dress right for the kind of night – and Keno – you have in mind.
For the men, if the gaming club you are visiting for your night out is one of the really flash ones in a big city, you will probably encounter a fairly strict code when it comes to dress. Some of these places expect you to wear the full tuxedo-style evening suit, but others will accept a normal suit and tie. If you are visiting a gaming club with a more open dress policy, and you want to make your outfit something special, you can go for the ‘high roller’ look with a money belt, complete with visible cash. Alternatively, if you love old gangster films, try a gangster-style fedora hat along with your suit.
Most women going for a night out at a gaming hall will want to dress up, whether they are going to one locally, or to a top one in London or Las Vegas, but there are various options for how to do so. You could consider going for a retro theme, with a 1920s-style flapper dress if the Sic Bo hall you are visiting will have décor to match this, or if you are going somewhere more modern, a short, but formal cocktail dress will always be a good option. Again you can top off your basic outfit with accessories like a fur stole or jewellery, but you should also bear in mind what sort of weather is likely – as the Las Vegas Strip can be a lot hotter than London or other European cities.
Of course if you can’t decide what to wear for a night at the casino then you can always wear whatever you wish and relax at home, playing at JackpotCity.co.uk.
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She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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