Naples Florida was likened in the 19th century to the Italian bay of the same name due to its mild climate and abundant fish and game. I am unable to speak to the fish and game but the climate is definitely mild and the libations virtually identical.
The two places are separated by several thousand miles culturally as well as physically. On the way to dinner the first night we shared an elevator with a family where the father was wearing an odd jacket, jeans and an untucked white shirt - something I don't recall seeing around Naples Italy. Though perhaps it is only a matter of time.
In the photo, gray and white houndstooth patterned cotton socks worn with Norwegian style slipons and gray tropical weight trousers. Above the waist, the shirt was tucked in.