Vegas Pool Parties: Dress Appropriately
Wed Aug 13 07:11:15 PDT 2014 Pool-parties
Vegas Pool Parties: How to Dress Appropriately
Summer is winding down, but Palms Pool is still going strong. With DJs and live entertainment nearly every day, VIP cabanas, bottle service, three bars, and enough space for up to 3,000 of your closest friends, there’s no reason not to enjoy the scenery…all of it. Palms Pool is the ideal summer retreat, and you’re invited to soak in the remaining days of summer.
Kick up your heels in the shade, sip a margarita in the sun, turn the pool deck into your own personal dance floor, or splash around to cool off—this is your playground, and we’ve only got one rule: swimwear is required. Yep, you have to be dressed to get wet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get creative. This is Vegas, after all. Be inspired.
Your parent’s pool party, All Grown Up.
Palms Pool has a party atmosphere that will put you in the midst of some of the hottest energy you’ve ever experienced poolside. Be ready. You won’t want to be lugging around a beach bag full of stuff to keep yourself entertained: we promise there will be no time for book reading. Just bring your best self in that suit you’ve been anxious to show off, a clutch (or strategic place) for your ID, and a Sin City attitude.
Dress to impress.
Sure, you won’t be wearing much, but there’s unmatched power in accessories. Ladies take note: simple, yet effective bracelets, necklaces and other pieces of body jewelry can actually go a long way in accentuating your body and your bikini. High-waist bottoms and cut-out one pieces are what’s in style this year, so don’t be afraid to go a little “retro” with your look as well. A light, wide-brimmed hat also adds a level of sophistication while adding to your protection from the sun. This is still Vegas, however, so sunscreen is a must.
As for men, swim trunks are a must, but get creative and add some real color to your fashion palette. And unless you’re a cowboy, it may be a bit tougher to find a complementing wide-brimmed hat (and sunglasses only go so far), so you too will want to keep a bottle of sunscreen on hand at all times. If your shorts have pockets with Velcro or zippers, remember to remove your money and especially your cell phone before entering the pool – this is probably the best single piece of advice we can give to partygoers this summer.
With the “dress code” of summer, which is so much more fun than any nightclub, why wouldn’t you head down to the party? We’ll see you on the pool deck soon.