Restaurant dress code: coat for men . .


#1

equals what for women??

We're going out for hubby's b-day dinner and the Tio Pepe website suggests a coat for men. What does that translate into for women?


#2

Usually a skirt or dress....cocktail length usually...:) Hope this helps! :) Sounds like a nice night out!


#3

I would wear very dressy casual. I'm thinking black slacks, dressy top, accented by jewlery and dressy sandals or heels.


#4

[quote="aicirt, post:3, topic:190516"]
I would wear very dressy casual. I'm thinking black slacks, dressy top, accented by jewlery and dressy sandals or heels.

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In other words borderline formal.

Have a good evening out. :) Sounds fun.


#5

Wore a black skirt and cream colored sweater set. Saw women there in black slacks and nice tops.

The paella was delicious. :thumbsup:


#6

[quote="KCT, post:5, topic:190516"]
Wore a black skirt and cream colored sweater set. Saw women there in black slacks and nice tops.

The paella was delicious. :thumbsup:

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Oooo...sounds delicious! Glad you had a good time! :)


#7

[quote="KCT, post:1, topic:190516"]
We're going out for hubby's b-day dinner and the Tio Pepe website suggests a coat for men. What does that translate into for women?

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Happy birthday to your husband!

As an ex-Baltimorean, I miss eating at Tio Pepe... :(

Steve


#8

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