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    i am so glad to hear that there are dress codes. we were thinking about not even eating at the resort because we were concerned about seeing too much. we are pretty modest so seeing so much of other people is a bit embarrassing for us.

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    i agree that it is good news to have dress codes when dining. hopefully, the resort will have several dining options that offer guests a choice in their dining environment. it would be great if there was a beach or pool side option for those who do not wish to fully dress for dinner and those who do not wish to see under-dressed guests while dining.

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    i don't think i'd ever wear swimsuit to dinner. i can't imagine that they would allow swimsuits in the dining areas, just like most places that you eat do not allow people to come in shirtless or shoeless. swimsuits while eating is more suitable for beach picnics and beach parties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjackson View Post
    i don't think i'd ever wear swimsuit to dinner. i can't imagine that they would allow swimsuits in the dining areas, just like most places that you eat do not allow people to come in shirtless or shoeless. swimsuits while eating is more suitable for beach picnics and beach parties.
    yeah! it's true, swimsuits/bikinis are best to wear on the beach and pool parties. the designer dollboxx bikinis with watermelon prints could be one of the best options to wear in a dining area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honey View Post
    i'm not a fan of the dress code, personally. i think if you spend your own money to eat at a given restaurant, you should be able to dress as you please within reason. are jeans allowed in these restaurants?

    jeans are fine as long as they are in good shape! honestly id just get some linen pants as they are cool and comfortable and they won't be heavy in your suitcase! the dress code is there because peoples "within reason" can vary greatly!

  6. #16

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    thanks for the wonderful suggestion.

  7. #17

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    long pants for sure at sandals for the guys... linen, cotton, etc. doesn't have to be super dressy, like suit pants. but also for sure have completely closed toe shoes. my husband had nice leather sandals with just the very tip open and he had to go back and put on his tennis shoes because that is all we had. to me, the white gym shoes looked worse that a tiny peek of toe, but, that's the rule.

    you'll find dress codes like this at most adults only properties. it just elevates the experience and atmosphere. we've actually come to enjoy it.
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