Country club casual refers to a mid between jeans and t-shirts and suits and ties. A nice pair of slacks and a button down polo shirt with a pair of loafers would be an example of country club casual. It is comparable to business casual.
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Last edited at 7:43AM on 9/30/2012
I agree with the first answer, but would like to clarify a few points, only for giving the reader more confidence, as country clubs can be intimidating places if one is not familiar with them (IF that is where you are going...I realize this may just be for attire's sake for non-CC party). A great source is to look up the club's website and search for some sort of link for guests or attire. Different areas of the club have different dress codes, usually having to do with the first floor and above of the clubhouse, and the lower level...the garden or basement level, which is where most all of the locker rooms, workout facilities, etc.,,... are going to be located. Just as important as WHAT you wear is the CONDITION the clothes are in. Whatever you do, besides not wearing jeans or denim and especially cut-off shorts of any kind, do not wear camouflage of any kind, cargo pants or shorts are a no-no as well. Also, do not wear logos or jersey numbers, or sports team replicas of any sort, no matter how much they cost you or what you think of them. Inappropriate under any circumstance.