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#50923 03/19/02 11:28 AM
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I have heard that the dress attire in AC is pretty casual, but I wanted to inquire on exactly how casual. Do people wear shorts to dinner? If so, do they wear them to restuarants such as Capricorn? My hubby and I will be there in mid April and wanted to know ahead of time what we should bring along. Any help you can give would be much appreciated. [Linked Image]

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#50924 03/19/02 01:22 PM
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Tami, someone else will have to answer you as to what to wear at Capricorn, however, I can tell you that shorts are worn virtually everywhere else. I always take some sundresses and some light skirts with me but that is just my style. I love the feel of a crinkle skirt blowing around my legs out on the beach. Makes a girl feel all sexy. [Linked Image]

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#50925 03/19/02 01:31 PM
Joined: Feb 2002
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seashell, yes, exactly!

but leave the high heels at home. they don't work in the sand!!! sundresses, barefoot! i loved it.

#50926 03/19/02 02:09 PM
Joined: Jan 2002
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When we made reservations at Capricorn we asked if they had a dress code and they stated "casual". Out of respect we wore a collered shirt and shorts for him and I wore a simple sundress. Everybody else there was dressed about the same. Not the place to show up in a bathing suit but certainly not black tie or evening gowns either.

#50927 03/19/02 02:12 PM
Joined: Apr 2000
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You are not going to be ANYWHERE on the island that you will need sress attire. Shorts are accepted everywhere. Personally, I agree with Jane on the light casual dresses... you'll be thrilled that you wore them. A simple rule to follow while visiting Ambergris... the less packed the happier you will be. It only took me about 3 visits to figure this out. Now I could go practically without a suitcase!!

#50928 03/19/02 05:32 PM
Joined: May 2000
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Ditto on the sundresses. I think they are cooler than shorts, and definately sexier. Not to mention, if you get a little sunburned, they are easier on the skin..... Heavy khaki shorts on a tender sunburn is not fun. Bring a sarong as well. If I didn't know what I was going to do for the day. I just wrapped one around my swimsuit. I could stop in for a beer or lunch, and then take a dip just about anywhere if I got hot. Worked great for me.

#50929 03/20/02 04:44 PM
Joined: May 2001
Posts: 266
Sundresses and shorts are on my packing list. bought three new dresses yesterday so I am ready to go.... just gotta survive work till then!!!!!!!!!

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Andrea in Atlanta
#50930 03/20/02 05:35 PM
Joined: Apr 2000
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Ladies as you well know, after one or two days of tanning, we start to feel thinner, taller, younger and twice as beautiful, so take a couple of darling outfits, to carry out that great feeling, on vacation, it is special.

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