A Casino Fashion is a great way to spend an evening playing table games, mingling with friends, and generally having a good time.

It isn’t as easy to dress for as you might imagine. If you’re going out clubbing, you generally know what to wear. If you’re invited to a black-tie event, you have a good idea of the attire to choose as a man, and for women, there is the freedom to be expressive but elegant. If you’re going to a casino, there are so many variables and such ambiguity that it might cause you momentary panic. So Casino Fashion gives you a proper way. 

Do not worry; casinos are places of variety, which is reflected in the clothes you choose to wear. There is so much to do in a casino, and your purpose dictates your clothing to a certain degree. You can play online slots in a casino, you can play poker in a casino, and you can merely observe, mingle and enjoy the ambience. With so much variety, there are many choices available to you when you step into a casino, and we’ve pulled together some of the best ideas for casino fashion.

Remember, you should always check the dress code before you leave. Just because we suggest a hoodie for poker players doesn’t mean the casino will allow such attire. However, once you’re satisfied you have a choice of attire, then you might want to explore these three styles.


When you think of a casino, what image comes to mind? For many, it will be the casinos seen in programs such as Boardwalk Empire and Casino Royale. They show the men in classic vintage suits, the women in ‘20s style layered flapper dresses decorated with art deco patterns. Those wouldn’t be out of place in your modern-day casinos, as vintage is very much in fashion, so feel free to play with vintage clothing, even treating the night as part casino, part cosplay. If you don’t wish to go full ‘20s, but do want to come across as demure and classy, then think of art deco patterns in modern designs; Ted Baker’s Masquerade Wrap dress is a perfect example, blending neutral colors and vintage patterns with smart, contemporary shapes. Casino Fashion 


If your night at the casino is not all about having fun but instead serious business, then there is a casual option you can go for. Poker players are often pictured around the felt tables wearing the most casual garments, such as peak caps, hoodies and sunglasses. Do check with the casino before you go that this is allowed; we wouldn’t advise turning up in sweatpants and a baggy hoodie unless you’re sure you can. This look is all about comfort, and you can tweak it for your own needs. A hoodie can be stylish, and a pair of sunglasses will help hide your tells but keep your look on point.

Smart Casual

Somewhere between casual and vintage sits smart casual, and for a run-of-the-mill night at a local casino Fashion, we think smart casual is your best bet. The debate over what smart casual is will always rage on, but for men, we’re feeling a shirt or polo shirt, smart jeans (never ripped), and a shoe, never a sneaker. For the ladies, consider what you would wear to the office; modest skirts just above the knee, or maybe a cocktail dress accompanied with a pair of heels. If you want to be daring and on-trend, perhaps consider an ensemble in all black. You don’t have to be fearless, nor do you have to be outlandish. Smart casual can be bold and functional, which should suit the casual casino goer perfectly. 







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