Dress Code????

Old May 4th, 2008, 04:24 PM
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Dress Code????

We're heading off to Anguilla for our honeymoon in three short weeks - yay! And, we're starting to think about packing. What's the typical dress in Anguilla? Does my fiance need to bring a jacket for dinner, or is it more beachy casual? We're staying at Cap Juluca. Any input you could provide would be most helpful!
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Old May 5th, 2008, 05:51 AM
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No jackets necessary on Anguilla.

During the day shorts & t-shirts are fine at resorts and when walking around the island. Beach attire, of course, when you are on the beach. Wear a cover-up for lunch.

For dinner at CJ or any of the other upscale resorts and/or restaurants women normally wear sundresses or skirt & blouse or pants % blouse. Men wear khakis or Dockers, collared shirts (short or long sleeve - golf shirts are fine) and closed toe shoes (Boat shoes work well). For casual dinners shorts are OK.
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I'd agree with RoamsAround- I wore either a summery skirt and sandals or a summer dress and sandals for dinner out. SH usually wore pants and a nice shirt. Have a wonderful honeymoon- best wishes!
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Contact your hotel for their dress code. Some upscale hotels do require a collared shirt (not a golf shirt or Polo) and close-toed shoes for evening dining. You may want to take along a light sport coat or dress sweater if the evenings are cool.
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Ok, thanks for all of the great comments. They are all very helpful!
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