[jak-it l uh-tahyuh r]
Jacket attire refers mostly to men letting them know the establishment requires a suit jacket or blazer, and possible tie. The jacket does not have to necessarily be a full matching suit, however must be tailored and crisp. This also is helpful for women as an indicator that she should wear a smart casual to cocktail look. Fabrications include wool, and linen.
- For men: Collared dress shirt with a fitted blazer. Add a tie if you please. Loafers or driving shoes should work. Accessories may include a tie, pocket square, and cufflinks.
- For women: Short dresses; and skirts with a nice blouse. Add preferred pumps or even a kitten heel. Accessories may include costume or fine jewelry, a wrap, and a clutch or small shoulder handbag.
- For gender neutral: A neutral pant with a jacket which does not have to match with a flat shoe.
- Modifier adjective: jacket preferred, jacket required, jacket and tie required, smart casual, cocktail
- “The Maitre D offered Jack a jacket from the restaurant’s personal wardrobe. He didn’t realize the restaurant required jacket attire.”