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Discussion in 'Andy's Fashion Forum' started by Robert Collier, Jul 9, 2018.
Yes - the Brioni suit with shorts.
Is that a young Angus Young??? Perhaps his son?
Ridiculous, yes. At least they went through the trouble of spelling it out so there’s no confusion.
My club in NYC has a dress code. It has a bar/restaurant, so I guess the answer is "yes".
Many restaurants in Thailand have a code. One of the odd ones is that a couple require men to wear closed toe shoes. I was bar hopping with my wife and was wearing leather flip flops. I got turned out at the Moon Bar and had to wear a pair of their loaner Gucci loafers to get in.
Seems that those establishments who have signs saying "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service" DO have a dress code. Not much of one, but a bare minimum (Pun intended) !
Not that I know of, In New York restaurants just have a casual or just a typical laid back style of dress.
I hate it when I have to utilize the loaner Gucci loafers at a bar here in Florida.
There was a high scale restaurant in Southern California years ago that required a necktie for gentlemen dining there. A law suit was filed and the restaurant lost!
Our golf country club has a dress code more enforced for golf than dining since they now approve "jeans, in good repair" in the dining room and bar!!
I wish every place would have a dress code.
Well, no, not every place. But at least some places. It would be nice if people just had common sense.
My Church has had to put a code at the door urging for modesty. I notice that they keep on making the sign bigger and bigger as some folks just don’t get it.
At least your church has a dress code. At ours shorts, Hawaiian shirts and sometimes even baseball caps are normal!