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Dress Code Las Vegas


Simply because Las Vegas was built on gambling, glitz, debauchery, and a little bit of kitsch does not mean anything goes. Depending on where you go in the city, there is almost always a dress code. While it is the goal of every Las Vegas Pool Party and Las Vegas Nightclub to deliver an unparalleled experience for their guests, each club has its own set of standards that require its clientele to dress a certain way. Dress codes create an air of exclusivity that can make one club seem more attractive than another, an important distinction in this highly competitive industry. It doesn't matter whether you are on the Vegas guest list or have bottle service pre-arranged; if you want to get in, you must adhere to the rules. While it is ultimately up to the club's discretion as to who is dressed appropriately, the last thing you want to do is wait in a long line only to be turned away because you are dressed inappropriately. The dress code also includes hair, makeup, and accessories. Make sure you aren't wearing five pounds of makeup and ten pounds of jewelry, that you aren't holding a purse the size of a suitcase, and that your hair is neatly styled. At Vegas VIP Services, we have created a comprehensive Dress Code Guide on what to wear and what not to wear.

Las Vegas Nightclubs


When it comes to hitting the Vegas dayclubs and nightclubs, you have to bring your fashion A-game. Guys, while I'm talking mostly to you because the dress code is stricter for guys, ladies, you're not off the hook yet. Now, I know what you might be thinking; "do I really have to dress to impress?" The answer is a resounding yes. These venues are all about luxury and style, and you better believe they have some strict dress codes in place. You don't need to raid your closet for a designer suit or ball gown; just put some effort into your outfit. Leave the cargo shorts and flip-flops at home and show up looking "like a sharp-dressed man" in a pair of pants, a button-down shirt, and dress shoes. Trust me, it will be worth it when you breeze past those bouncers and into the party.

Ladies, typically, you can get away with almost anything, but if you're unsure about what to wear, a simple rule of thumb is to follow that mantra, "dress to impress." You know what's appropriate and what's not! If you want to turn heads and get past the velvet ropes, think cocktail party attire - sexy, chic, and classy. Dress to the nines in figure-flattering clothing that makes a statement with dress boots, dress shoes, wedges, or killer heels. Showing up in flats is not a good look but choose wisely when it comes to the size of your heels because you will be wearing them all night. You can't take them off if they hurt your feet; walking barefoot inside a nightclub is taboo and a surefire way to get escorted out of the club, so bring foldable flats that fit in your purse just in case. If dresses and miniskirts aren't your thing, dress trendy so you fit in. You can wear pants with a sexy top, and jeans are acceptable as long as they are not too baggy, ripped, or covered in holes.

Nightclub Dress Code for Men

Do's: Collared shirts, blazers, fashionable t-shirts, and dress shoes*
Don’ts: Tank tops, graphic tees, hoodies/sweatshirts, bare chest

*In the past, it was the norm for guys to wear collared shirts to the club, but there has been a tsunami of stylish tees inundating the fashion scene. While most clubs are lenient about this look, it is still at the discretion of each club as to whether or not they will allow entry. Pro-tip: Bring a blazer to wear over the T-shirt to complete the look, just in case.

Do's: Stylish/designer jeans, dress pants
Don'ts: Cutoff jeans, shorts, sweatpants/athleisure wear (including most joggers)

Distressed jeans may be all the fashion rage; apparently, there is a limit to the destruction deemed acceptable. Sorry, fellas, but those jeans with more holes than fabric are a no-go at the club. Keep your legs covered!

Do's: Dress shoes or "dressy" sneakers
Don'ts: Athletic shoes (Jordans/Nike/Adidas, etc.), hard-soled boots, and sandals

So, you're trying to get into the club, but you're facing the age-old dilemma of what shoes to wear. Jordan Brand shoes are typically off-limits at the door. And while Yeezy's usually fall under the same athletic shoes category, there is a glimmer of hope. Some clubs may show a bit of leniency if you're rocking a pair of Yeezy's and dropping serious cash on bottle service. It's like the VIP pass for your feet. So, what's the verdict? You never know what kind of mood the bouncer will be in, so you can roll the dice and see if you can sneak those kicks past the velvet ropes, but remember, it is at the discretion of each club.

Sneakers that are allowed: Vans, Converse Chuck Taylors, most Steve Madden casual shoes, or similarly styled miscellaneous brands.


Nightclub Dress Code for Women

Do's: Tight crop tops, blouse
Don'ts: Gym/athleisure wear, sheer/see-through tops without a bra
Do's: Stylish/designer jeans, dress slacks
Don'ts: Gym/athleisure wear
Do's: Heels, flats, sandals with a back strap
Don'ts: Gym/athletic shoes, flip flops

Most Vegas nightclubs say their dress code is "upscale casual" or "business casual," but dress codes are also slightly different at different venues. Ladies, you have a bit more freedom when it comes to your club attire, although, contrary to popular belief that anything goes in Vegas at the clubs, that is not the case.

Pro Tip: Remember, make sure the shoes you choose are comfortable for the entire night because walking barefoot in a club, first and foremost, is not allowed and grounds for you getting yourself kicked out. On top of that, it's dangerous and unsanitary!


Oversized Bags & Backpacks


Backpacks and messenger bags are not allowed inside the club, and anything larger than a ladies' clutch must be stored in the club's coat check, which is only available in the winter months; otherwise, you will have to use the hotel's bag check or concierge desk, and there is usually a fee involved.

Can I wear my hat in the nightclub?


It's hard to identify someone through an overhead security camera if they are sporting a hat, and it's not good for the club's ambiance, so hats are not allowed. While some formal hats such as fedoras or even cowboy hats might be acceptable, honestly, because each club's policy is different on this, don't take a chance of getting turned away. Leave the hat behind!

He's wearing it, why Can't I?


Usually, with every rule, there is an exception. Bottle service guests are typically given a longer leash when it comes to their attire, although not by much. Some clubs might be willing to make exceptions for celebrities and high-profile clients. It's understandable to feel frustrated when it seems like others are able to get away with things that you can't, but each individual's circumstances and privileges are unique. Trust me when I tell you that pleading with security to let you wear your Jordans 1's into the club because you saw someone else do it will not result in anything good. Pro-tip: Dress on the safe side to avoid any front door mishaps.

Las Vegas Pool Parties


Remember, the pool parties are like nightclubs; the only difference is they have sun and a lot more water. Since you will be outdoors during the summer months when the temperature consistently hits triple digits, there is more flexibility on the amount of cover needed for both women and men, but there is still a mandatory dress code. What you wear to the pool is just as important as what you wear to the nightclub. Whether you are sitting in a bungalow at Drai's Beach Club, a cabana at Encore Beach Club, or poolside at Liquid – dressing in proper swimwear attire is an absolute must!

Pool Dress Code for Men


Do's: Tank tops, casual button-down shirts, t-shirts
Don'ts: Sports jerseys, heavy clothing

If you think you can get into the club with a sports jersey showing off your favorite team, think again! No club in Vegas will allow this!

Do's: Board shorts, swim trunks
Don'ts: Cargo/jean shorts, jeans, sweatpants, gym shorts

Swimwear is mandatory, no exceptions! If you don't have swimwear on, you will be given two choices. You will have to go back to your room to change or buy some at the swim shop (and they won't be cheap, so come prepared).

Do's: Flip flops, sandals, boat shoes, or similar
Don'ts: Boots

Regarding athletic sneakers, some clubs allow them; some don't, so avoid wearing athletic shoes to the pool entirely. Better safe than sorry!

Pool Attire for Women

Do's: Swimsuit + cover-up, casual clothes for walking through the casino, heels, wedges, flats, and sandals.
Don'ts: Long pants, athletic wear, athletic shoes

To reiterate, the ladies have more latitude when it comes to dress code restrictions compared to men. You can wear your swimsuit under shorts and a crop top, but if you think you can show up in jeans, you would be wrong!

Hats, Sunglasses, and Bag Check at the Club


Caps, hats, and sunglasses are allowed. Although you're welcome to schlep in your oversized tote bag, be prepared for security to conduct a full-on investigation of its contents. They'll be on the lookout for any sneaky contraband that might violate the venue's strict policies.

If you didn't splurge on the fancy bottle service, you will have to rent a locker to stash your oversized accessories. Lockers are up for grabs at all pool parties but be prepared to dig deep into your pockets to pay for it.

Las Vegas Bachelor Packages


Las Vegas is a city where dreams come true, inhibitions are left at the door, and bachelor parties reign supreme. If you find yourself headed to the land of neon lights and 24/7 entertainment to celebrate the impending nuptials of your best buddy, then congratulations, you've already made a wise choice. But when it comes to planning a bachelor party in Sin City, there's no one-size-fits-all approach. Every group of guys is different, with their own unique preferences and tastes. We have a few key ingredients that are essential for creating a truly epic bachelor bash or a stag party. Our team of professional party planners can help you create unforgettable memories by bundling one of all-inclusive packages with a nightclub, a Las Vegas strip club, a pool party, stripper party buses with a Las Vegas stripper or two, Atomic Golf, VIP bottle service, dune buggies, limos, and more.

Las Vegas Bachelorette Packages


Calling all the hen parties and budget bachelorette parties, Las Vegas is the ultimate adult playground, offering endless opportunities for fun, excitement, relaxation, and making unforgettable memories. From the glitzy casinos to the glamorous entertainment, Las Vegas has everything a bride and her squad needs for a last fling before the ring celebration. We specialize in Las Vegas Bachelorette parties and Las Vegas Bachelorette Party Packages. We can help you create memories of a lifetime by bundling a nightclub or Vegas pool party with a Drag brunch, a Las Vegas male revue, all-you-can-drink and eat dinners, bottle service, a pink hummer limo, a spa day, a shopping excursion, a pool package, pole dancing lessons, a male strip club, and more.

Owner Brian Pfeiffer on Dress Code at the Las Vegas Clubs


Ladies, remember, image is everything. Whatever makes you feel pretty, comfortable, and confident – wear that! There is nothing sexier and more appealing than confidence. You will be around thousands of people from all around the world. You want to exude confidence when you are traversing through the crowds of people; it will only enhance your experience and lead to more interactions and wild, memorable encounters.

Guys, dressing well for a Vegas club isn't just about impressing the ladies, although that's a great bonus. It's about showing respect for the venue and the experience. Plus, let's be real, you never know when you might run into a celebrity or end up in a VIP booth, so why not look your best and be ready for anything? Trust me, a little effort in the wardrobe department can go a long way in the City of Sin!

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Jon Grace

I am Jon Grace, a 10 year nightlife industry veteran in both the Phoenix Arizona and also Las Vegas markets. I am passionate about creating and facilitating unforgettable experiences for clients that trust in me to plan special events and occasions for them.


Brian Pfeiffer – Owner

Multiple site owner and nightlife industry veteran, hailing as a top promoter from Chicago and now rocking Las Vegas for over a decade, you will benefit from years of connections, expertise, and experiences when you connect with me to plan your amazing weekend.


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