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    Hello,
    My wife and I are leaving in 5 days for Aruba . I know this question is kind of answered above, but I was hoping to personalize it for me. There are three nice restaurants we are going to be dining at and I want to know what you believe the appropriate dress code would be for them. Those restaurants are "Flying Fishbone," "Brisas Del Mar," and "Mirandi." There are also a few lower scale places we are eating but casual should work for those. Any help for these three restaurants would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    This is what I have worn to these restaurants....Khaki shorts or skirt and a nice top with sandals...no flip flops. My husband has worn khaki shorts and a light weight tropic looking floral shirt with sandals. My daughters have worn sundresses with sandals. I would not recommend jean shorts, flip flops, T's with teams on them or graphics,...Use your judgement. I figured I would give you how we dressed and then you can get the "feel" of the places. Would I dress up more than this....NO ! All good places, enjoy

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    Been to Flying Fishbone, Mirandi's - my husband wears khaki shorts and a nice shirt - I have worn capri's or shorts with nice top. Very casual.
    Terry Joz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger0713 View Post
    Hello,
    My wife and I are leaving in 5 days for Aruba . I know this question is kind of answered above, but I was hoping to personalize it for me. There are three nice restaurants we are going to be dining at and I want to know what you believe the appropriate dress code would be for them. Those restaurants are "Flying Fishbone," "Brisas Del Mar," and "Mirandi." There are also a few lower scale places we are eating but casual should work for those. Any help for these three restaurants would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
    Polo or tropical shirt. Shorts. Sandals. Haven't taken long pants for five years.....never felt uncomfortable.
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    So is it safe to say leave my boyfriends dress shoes home? If he wears shorts and a nice clean pair of white sneakers or nice flip flops he will be okay?

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    yeah....i was wondering this too.....there is a difference between flip-flops and nice "dressy" thong sandals. Are these type (dressy "thong" sandals) appropriate?

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    I would say the $5 rubber flips are not cool, but an actual sandal would be fine - definately leave the dress shoes home!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    Hi:

    I have never had to dress up; rather, as many as said, neat, clean shorts; and a casual shirt.

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    Jacki
    - I noticed it says you are from NJ. Did you fly out of Newark? I am taking Continental from Newark and was wondering if there was a duty free shop in the terminal. Did you see one when you flew out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginad210 View Post
    So is it safe to say leave my boyfriends dress shoes home? If he wears shorts and a nice clean pair of white sneakers or nice flip flops he will be okay?

    I never take socks, never take sneakers, never take shoes. No sweaters, sweatshirts or jackets. Nice sandals only.....even from airport in Boston in April!

    Don't own any $5 flip flops.

    Packing = sandals, shorts, bathing suit, teeshirts, polos, alcohol, credit card!
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