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Dress Code


The dress code for Italy is relaxed, resort casual attire. Some churches or religious sites have clothing restrictions (i.e., no swimsuits, bare backs or chest, shoulders, and sometimes knees.) We have a number of outdoor activities, tours, and dinners planned. It's generally warmer during the day and cooler at night. We recommend dressing in layers. Need more specific guidelines? Check out the Chairman's agenda for attire recommendations by event.

Footnote: The streets of Puglia are cobblestone. While they add to the charm, they're heck on your shoes. May we recommend comfy flats? Ladies, not a great place for heels and wedges.

Women's Attire:

  • Casual Attire - Comfortable clothes and walking shoes suggested
  • Resort Casual Attire - Daytime dress or pants
  • Cocktail Attire - Cocktail dress or dressy pants

Men's Attire

  • Casual Attire - Comfortable clothes and walking shoes suggested
  • Resort Casual Attire - Slacks and collared shirt (jacket optional)
  • Cocktail Attire - Slacks, collared shirt, and jacket (tie optional)