The Sandals resort in Jamaica, where the famous Sandals sandals are made, is now being renovated to include a ‘dress code’.
It’s the first of its kind in the Caribbean, and the only resort in the area to offer a ‘code of dress’ to prevent beachgoers from getting too out of hand.
Sandals are the latest luxury products to be made available at the resort, with the idea that you can dress for both a beach and a party, and as a sandal lover.
When the beach season opens, it will be a sea of colour and style.
The theme is inspired by the colours of the ocean, and sandals have been worn by many famous personalities in recent years.
In a video posted on Facebook, the resort’s head of business development, Dermot Withers, says: ‘The theme is a combination of sandal and beach.
People will wear sandals, as they will wear a beach sandal, and also a sandals with a bit of colour.
And then there’s a little bit of fun, a little hint of fun.’
It’s not the first time a theme has been put in place at the Sandals.
In 2013, the theme was created by the popular reality TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race.
But it was only for a short period of time, with most of the theme’s characters dressing in white and wearing sandals.
‘The Sandals theme is not a new concept,’ Wither says.
‘It’s been a little over a year since the first theme was announced.
It’s not a huge step forward for the resort to be putting a code of dress in place, but it’s something that will hopefully help people get into this season and help people dress more appropriately.’
The theme has become popular among Jamaica’s young people, with more than 500,000 people visiting the resort in just the last two months, Wither adds.
The resort is open year round, with some sections closed for safety reasons, and some sections open for weddings and family holidays.
The idea is to make it a place where guests can take their shoes off for the day, but not be too out-of-hand.
Withers says the resort has had some positive responses from locals.
‘There’s been people saying they’ve felt more comfortable and comfortable and more comfortable walking the beach with sandals,’ he says.’
The Sanders theme has really resonated with the locals.
It was a great idea to have it on our theme.’
Sandals and beach at Sandals Sandal Town in Kingston, Jamaica ‘Sandals, beach and music’ ‘The theme and theme park have really hit the spot, and it’s really important for people to have that sense of adventure,’ Wethers adds.
‘I think people will be really excited about the theme, but there’s also a lot of people who will be disappointed.’
A little more than a year after the first Sandals code of uniform was announced, Sandals has finally introduced its own code of casual dress.
The new ‘Sandals code’ allows for sandals and sandal accessories, but does not allow for sandal shoes.
Instead, the resorts theme will be focused on beach, and beach will be the only element of the sandals theme.
The concept has been in the works for over a decade, with Wither having been designing sandals for the company for 10 years.
The company was originally created in 1996, when the idea was to develop sandals from scratch in the Jamaican jungle.
The name ‘Sanders’ came from the Jamaicans belief that the land was very beautiful, and they wanted to create a unique and unique experience for people.
Sandal Town was created to create that, Wether says.
Sandales Sandals Sandals in Kingston The resort has also partnered with the charity Birds for the Environment, which promotes wildlife conservation in the country.
The charity will pay for a variety of sandals to be used by visitors at the beach, as well as provide them with an educational lesson about the importance of the environment.
The new Sandals beach The Sandales resort has a ‘sandals beach’ in the sand, but the resort will not allow the use of sand shoes, Wields says.
The sandals in the resort Sandels is not the only new thing to come to the resort this year.
A new ‘sandal bar’ has opened in the Sandales beach.
‘There’s something about being in a desert where the sand is soft and there’s no breeze, and being able to have a little bar where you can sit and relax, it’s a really positive thing to experience,’ Wielders says.
Wieldes is the former head of the Caribbean Tourism Development Board