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    Hi

    I'm just wondering do you think I'd get into Oceana wearing a tshirt, black jeans, a denim jacket and boots (kind of like high top lace up boots)?

    I've been in there before wearing a similar thing but I know the people I'll be with will be wearing shirts probably so I'd look more casual in comparison...

    I've heard as long as your not wearing trainers they dont care? thoughts?
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    Depends what night of the week. Saturday - shirt and shoes.
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    yeah I've never seen anyone get turned away from oceana on week nights, not sure about the weekend.

    Denim jeans with a denim jacket though :s
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    If your t-shirt has a big logo you'll get turned away. So wear something over the t-shirt and take it off once your in.
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    Hi,

    This isn't about dress codes and oceana. As you guys have been to oceana are they very strict on ID. Basically all my friends are going to Oceana on thursday but I wont be 18 until friday! Do you think they will let me into oceana or is there no point going!

    Thank you
 
 
 
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