I'm curious if it's just my husband who finds that the dinner dress code is "unfair" to men and moans and groans about it for weeks before every trip.
I'm talking about the long pants and no sandals rule some resorts have for the buffet, not the a la cartes (though the sandals thing is still an issue).
He says the last thing he wants to do after a hot day in the sun is put on long pants, socks, and dress shoes just to eat a quick meal. As soon as we're done eating he changes back into shorts and sandals. He also hates having to bring the extra clothing, especially on longer trips when every pound counts.
Cleaning up for dinner he's not at all opposed to, but would be a much happier person if he could wear nice shorts, sandals, and a polo shirt (as women often can) at least at the buffet.
Do you (or yours) complain about this, or is mine the only one who really doesn't like having to dress up when on vacation?