We have put together for you a brief but handy guide for some of the very most stylish places in the region, as well as a few suggestions for what you might want to wear at each venue. Enjoy!
360° Café at Macau Tower
Dining at the 360° Café, located in the Macau Tower, makes for an amazing experience. Not only is the Portuguese and Indian cuisine absolutely delicious, and the view from the restaurant is breathtaking beyond belief, offering a revolving view of the city from a towering height. As for the fashion angle, the stunning atmosphere of this buffet-style restaurant makes it feel almost necessary for guests to dress their best.
If you are headed over to 360° Café, consider sporting a chic tuxedo-style jumpsuit with Louis Vuitton heels, or anything similar. You almost can’t help but feel important at this restaurant’s vantage point, and dressing like it enhances the experience.
The Venetian Macau
The Venetian Macau is a gorgeous casino located at the Cotai Strip. The massive venue, inspired by Venice, Italy, offers a little bit of everything, including 800 gaming tables, gondola rides, and in-house clubs. A lot of people these days have gotten used to casino games in internet form. A plethora of slot options from UK sites and international poker platforms do provide a fairly full range of games, and allow people to play in the most casual way possible.
Nevertheless, the real-world experience offered by a casino like the Venetian Macau is quite different – not least because this is an elegant place, despite the over-the-top nature of any major casino. It’s worth classing it up a bit, so for your visit, we’d suggest it might be fun to wear an outfit from an Italian designer. A Versace baroque print mini dress and black stiletto heels would be perfect for a night out on the town, and only help you get into the idea of hanging out in “Venice.”
City of Dreams
The City of Dreams is effectively a casino and hospitality complex and boasts several of Macau’s Michelin-starred restaurants, including The Tasting Room and Jade Dragon. Restaurants of this quality expect guests to dress accordingly, so prior to your meal, find something smart and stylish to wear. A red silk dress and a pair of gold heels would certainly help you fit in with Macau’s rich and famous; another option would be a black blouse with a satin leopard print midi skirt.
After your fantastic meal, you can burn a few calories by going on a shopping spree at one of City of Dreams’ luxury boutiques. You can purchase a timeless leather jacket at All Saints, a fabulous pair of sunglasses at Dior, or something sparkling at Cartier!
Studio City has something for everyone. Visitors can choose from going to fantastic restaurants, shopping at unique stores, or even going to an amusement park. While the area is more casual than some places on this list, guests should still make an effort, and a fashionable approach certainly won’t look out of place (save perhaps at the amusement park).
A day trip to Studio City calls for a Gucci T-shirt, black jeans, and croc-embossed loafers, at the very least.
It’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of Senado Square. Tourists may even feel a bit overwhelmed when visiting the scenic destination. If you do stop by the area though, make sure to step up your style game, given it’s a stylish place even if it’s more of an open-air attraction than a specific venue.
A great outfit to explore the square in, would be a casual maxi dress with comfortable sandals.
Lavish it up. In the Las Vegas of Asia.
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After tackling Beijing for some six years where she worked for China International Publishing Group, she spent a moment in time moseying down steep alleyways and writing about their fashionable and underground features in Hong Kong.
Van Paridon most recently managed to claw her way through a Europe-based academic endeavor called "Journalism". 'Tis in such fashion that she has now turned her lust for China Fashion/ Lifestyle and Underground into a full time occupation.
Van Paridon hunts down the latest in Chinese menswear, women’s clothing, designer newbies, established names, changes in the nation’s street scenery, close-ups of particular trends presently at play or of historical socio-cultural value in Chinaplus a selection of budding photographers.
Paired with a deep devotion to China’s urban underground scene, van Paridon holds a particular interest in the topics of androgyny, the exploration of individuality and the power that is the Key Opinion Leader (the local term for “influencers”) in contemporary China.
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