April is my favorite time of year to visit Las Vegas – it’s the best weather of the year. It’s warm enough for pool season, but not sweltering hot during the day and the evenings are comfortable.
The most important thing to keep in mind when packing for a Vegas trip in April is layers!
You’ll need a bit of variety since temperatures are still leveling out before the summer heatwave.
Here’s what to pack for Las Vegas in April based on an average 3-4 day trip and following a classic Vegas itinerary!
I’ve also put together fun outfit ideas for day, night and at the pool.
And scroll to the end for your free packing list PDF for visiting Las Vegas in the Spring.
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What to Pack for Vegas in April (full checklist)
- 1 to 2 pairs of jeans
- 1 to 2 pairs of shorts
- Swim suit(s)
- Swimsuit cover up or outfit to wear down to the pool
- 3 – 4 casual t-shirts/tank tops
- Light sweater or cardigan x 2
- Light jacket (if you’re prone to getting chilly at night or in a/c)
- Optional: casual day dress(es) instead of jeans & tops
- 2 evening outfits
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Sandals and/or flip flops
- Evening shoes (pumps, loafers, etc)
- SPF Lip chap
- Belt bag or fanny pack
- Slippers (for hotel room)
- Anti-chafing balm
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This dress is my #1 item to pack for a trip in April! It's comfy yet cute and so versatile. Casual and comfortable enough to wear during the day with a pair of white sneakers. And you can dress it up with jewelry and sexy shoes at night.
April: What to Wear in Vegas During the Day (on the Strip)
If I’m walking the strip and checking out all the hotel attractions and casinos, April is usually warm enough for a t-shirt or tank top and shorts or jeans.
On a sunny day, walking among all the concrete, it usually feels much hotter than what the temperature says.
It will be cooler in the shade, but as soon as you step into the sun, it’s immediately warm.
Here’s what I usually wear in the spring while exploring Vegas during the day.
I also usually pack a cute t-shirt dress (like the one I’m wearing in the photo) that goes well with sneakers when I don’t feel like wearing jeans.
As far as a shoes, I pack a pair of comfy white sneakers that are easy to walk in.
You can also get away with wearing comfortable sandals – I usually pack my Birkenstocks and wear them a couple of times throughout the trip.
Here are some Las Vegas daytime outfit ideas for April:
Outfit 2: 2-piece tank top & wide leg linen set
April: What to Wear in Vegas (by the pool)
Pool season is well underway in April so you’ll definitely want to pack your swimsuit (or two).
I also like packing a coverup dress to wear down to the pool area.
And a fanny pack or belt bag is the perfect sized bag to bring to the pool deck (as they usually don’t allow large bags).
This belt bag is the perfect size to fit my phone, room key, some sunscreen and any other small accessories you may need.
The ultimate travel bag for everyday carry! Holds all the essentials without being too bulky.
I also love bringing these stash scrunchies which have a hidden pocket so I can hide cash or other small items out of sight.
Here are some Las Vegas pool outfit ideas for April:
Oversized linen button down shirt overtop of bikini top and with jean shorts
April: What to Wear in Vegas at Night
Evening temperatures in Las Vegas are generally pretty comfortable, but can definitely vary throughout the month.
You’ll be able to get away with wearing a dress, skirt or shorts without being too chilly but you also won’t overheat if you wear something a little warmer.
If you’re typically on the chilly side, I would still bring or wear a light jacket or sweater.
Anything goes when it comes to evening wear in Vegas – you will see every type of outfit imaginable!
So it really comes down to what you’re comfortable with wearing.
You can dress up as fancy and as formal as you want and won’t feel over dressed.
A lot of people also dress quite casually in the evening, too.
If you’re visiting an expensive restaurant (like a celebrity chef restaurant) or a nice steakhouse, there might be a dress code, so double check the restaurant’s website.
Some places don’t allow ripped jeans, tank tops (on men), etc.
And if you’re going clubbing, all clubs in Vegas have a dress code.
Here are some Las Vegas evening outfit ideas for April:
Dressy & cute, but casual: A strappy, sparkly camisole with jeans
Classy but sexy business casual: a satin v-neck with a black mini skirt
The perfect Las Vegas little black dress: Long sleeve, ruched bodycon dress with a deep v-neck