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    Shoes

    Do men have to wear closed toe shoes in public (not counting the beach)?

    I asked this before, just wondering if any new info.

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    No sandals are fine.

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    I have only worn closed once for Windows on Aruba (my choice 22nd anniversary)
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    sandals or flip flops?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteSideOut View Post
    sandals or flip flops?
    Either
    Tom & Karen

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    You'll find that Aruba is pretty casual... And thats what I love about it... Your on vacation, who wants to worry if we have the right shoes or not...
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    shoes

    i will say this. i tried to get into mr.jazz last year and the bouncer said i could'nt come in with shorts and sandals! discrimination? not sure?
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    99% of places and areas you can wear whatever you like, now you get the spots that are a little i guess upscale or want to be known that way and they have a dress code. Its mostly dinner places, if not sure of dress code for a resturant just ask the front desk but 99% of the time your good to go in sandles and shorts.
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    >>> " 99% of the time your good to go in sandles and shorts "
    ----- Ditto! Now around the resort, sitting at bar, going for lunch, ...... I always wear watershoes which are closed toe. Don't need them for beach but great around the resort.
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    my husband always wears his tevas on the island to all restaurants

    they are fine with bermuda style shorts

    flip flops.............not really appropriate for men's wear some of the women's decorative flip flops are pretty nice.

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