The Following Clothing Is Never Allowed At Las Vegas Nightclubs
While you may be feeling confident that your Vegas attire will make the cut when using our free guest lists or bottle service, the following items are almost always on the nightclub dress code banned list in Las Vegas:
- Work Boots
- Loose Fitting or Baggy Jeans
- Athletic Shoes (see more info on shoes)
- Athletic Attire
- Hats (fedoras and stylish headwear can be exceptions)
- Ed Hardy or Christian Audigier Style Gear
Our Free Las Vegas Servicesnightclub and ultra lounge in Las Vegas will enforce a dress code at the entrance, and they are all pretty similar with some exceptions. Girls can almost get away with anything they want; however, we have seen instances where flip flop sandals were looked down upon. A cute or sexy dress that fits your body type with a nice set of heels will always work. See more Las Vegas fashion advice for women.
Guys on the other hand will have to adhere to a more standard set of dress code rules to ensure they don't get left outside the clubs. One important thing to note is that two guys wearing similar attire at the door will commonly be treated with different reactions from door staff. DO NOT take this personal and/or point this out to the hosts or security at the entrance. It will only annoy them and help to guarantee you don't get in. It's just the way Las Vegas works. For example a table customer, celebrity, friend of the doorman, or promoter may walk right in with sneakers, a white t-shirt, and a New Era hat while you may be told to your outfit is not up to the dress code standards of the nightlife establishment and be asked to change.
Gentlemen, if you are not sure if your choice of style will be appropriate for the dress code you can always play it on the safe side and go with a pair of nice fitting jeans, dress shoes, and a button up shirt or sport coat. If you are still not sure you can find some more details for men's attire here.
While it is permitted to wear sunglasses in the club, you will 100% look like a douche, and at No Cover Nightclubs it is highly looked down upon.
Note: Part of your appearance is how intoxicated you are when trying to enter the club. The doormen are trained to spot those who are too drunk and deny them entry.
Simply put, dress to impress and follow our simple advice, and you will have no issues getting into every spot on the strip.