After reading several posts on the Miforum listserv about what constitutes "mountain dressy" for an event in Northern Canada, I thought of this quiz we ran eons ago in Corporate Meetings & Incentives magazine:
Match the type of attire in Column A with its definition in Column B
A. Business Casual
B. Casual Attire
C. Cocktail Attire
D. Dress Casual
E. Resort Casual
Men: nothing less formal than a blazer and slacks. Women: dressy pant suits or short, dressier dresses.
Men: attire for warm destinations, including mid- to knee-length shorts; collarless or golf shirts; khakis and sandals. Women: linen sheaths, casual skirts or sundresses.
A style of dress that is less formal than the standard office attire of suit and tie or dress.
Men: collared shirts, sweaters, turtlenecks, blazers, and slacks, such as khakis or corduroys. Women: casual dresses or slacks, sweaters, and blouses. No shorts, jeans, T-shirts, flip-flops, etc.
Men: sport shirt (possibly with jacket). Women: resort wear.
Answers: A3, B5, C1, D4, E2
Source: APEX Terminology Index