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Opera Rome - Dress Code Question

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Can you go to a Rome opera dressed in khaki pants and a knit shirt with a collar (polo shirt)?

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Chrella

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1. Re: Dress code for the Opera
Mar 09, 2011, 2:28 AM

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Unless it's a first night nobody dresses up any more for the opera, not even at "La Scala" smart casual will be fine.



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2. Re: Dress code for the Opera
Mar 09, 2011, 3:17 AM

 
 
 
I wore a nice cocktail dress but some ladies dressed more casual.


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3. Re: Dress code for the Opera
Mar 09, 2011, 5:50 PM

 
 
 
Where what you'd like : ) ! You can get really dressed up and it will work and you can go casually and it will work as well.


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