Discussion in 'Las Vegas Nightlife and Afterhours' started by melrich, Jun 17, 2008.
Unfortunately, the dress code is like any "ultra" lounge or club in Vegas. The dress code is stylishly dressed with dress shoes and collard shirt with no jeans allowed. A pair of dress slacks or khakis should suffice. Women on the other hand can wear anything or nothing at all and still get in.
Ryan M. Rodriguez
As I travel the country (and world), I am always amazed at the sloppy dress codes of many supposedly "nice" clubs....Perhaps I am spoiled with New York and Vegas, but if one follows the rule of dressing to impress, all is better....isn't life about making impressions?
What night's best to go to Body English? I've read Sunday somewhere I'm sure.
Visiting vegas over new year for seven nights so I'm trying to work out where to go and when.
Sunday - Body English & Light
Monday - JET , Foundation Room, & Rainbow Bar
Tuesday - Pure
Thanks for that!!
Almost all of the Night Clubs will have the same dress code.
This is the dress code form the Pure website....I would assume Body English is similar.
Casual Chic: Fashionable attire is required. No sports jerseys, tank tops on men, tennis shoes or athletic wear of any kind will be permitted. The dress code is at management's discretion.
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