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OK, I'm a DWC virgin, so be gentle with me.

Anyone know what the dress code is for the Apron Views?

We've got friends coming over and they want to know if they need to bring suits.

And leave off with the answers such as 'Essex Boy', 'Burberry shirts' or 'twat'.
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OK, I'm a DWC virgin, so be gentle with me.

Anyone know what the dress code is for the Apron Views?

We've got friends coming over and they want to know if they need to bring suits.

And leave off with the answers such as 'Essex Boy', 'Burberry shirts' or 'twat'.
whats DWC?
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Old Mar 25th 2009, 6:03 am
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Originally Posted by NorthernLad View Post
OK, I'm a DWC virgin, so be gentle with me.

Anyone know what the dress code is for the Apron Views?

We've got friends coming over and they want to know if they need to bring suits.

And leave off with the answers such as 'Essex Boy', 'Burberry shirts' or 'twat'.
you forgot 'up your own arse'...

I have no idea, going for the first time myself this year...they are predicting heavy rainfall, so that should make things interesting...
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whats DWC?
Dubai World Cup - nag racing.
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Old Mar 25th 2009, 6:04 am
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http://www.dubaiworldcup.com/?page_id=27
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Originally Posted by NorthernLad View Post
OK, I'm a DWC virgin, so be gentle with me.

Anyone know what the dress code is for the Apron Views?

We've got friends coming over and they want to know if they need to bring suits.

And leave off with the answers such as 'Essex Boy', 'Burberry shirts' or 'twat'.
Far as I know, there is no "Dress Code". I went to Dubai World Cup (Spugsy) years ago and saw all sorts of dress from Top Hat & Tails to shorts and t-shirts. Not sure if it's changed though.
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I did see that, but I think we'll be giving the Burjuman Style Stakes competition a miss. Just want to know if you need suits to get into the place.

I've heard conflicting reports.
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wife beater top, bad shorts and flip flops would be the most appropriate, but suits would suffice
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Its a lounge suit.
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Originally Posted by NorthernLad View Post
OK, I'm a DWC virgin, so be gentle with me.

Anyone know what the dress code is for the Apron Views?

We've got friends coming over and they want to know if they need to bring suits.

And leave off with the answers such as 'Essex Boy', 'Burberry shirts' or 'twat'.
I would say yes, or national dress, kilts etc.
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I would say yes, or national dress, kilts etc.
I went twice in the early days and most people seemed to make an effort to look a bit smart! Don't remember any style police, but I do feel a singlet, shorts and flipflops would probably lead to you being told you were at the wrong place, or in other words Foxtrot Oscar.
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And no breast-feeding please or Admon may go bananas
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Some of my shots from DWC - I suggest dressing like Nic Cage



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and I was going to go wearing a smile and a beer bottle
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The last one I went to was around 3 years ago, I just rocked on up in trousers and a shirt.

As I knew I was going to be outside all day (under the sun) didn't bother with a jacket as I wouldn't have worn it once through the gates.
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