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    I've never been clubbing before and I might be going for the first time this Saturday. I was going to ask would I be able to wear these ALL black trainers to the club?

    http://www.jdsports.co.uk/product/ni...max-90/083285/

    I don't really want to go out of my way and buy specific clothing for a club, that's quite retarded imo lol


    Any help will be appreciated
    (And for all those ***** that want to say "are you even old enough to go to a club if you're asking what to wear" .. I've not been to a club before so I'm asking to save me the embarrassment of getting turned down :cool:)
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    Those shoes would not generally be accepted IMO.

    You'd be looking at smart trainers/sneakers or shoes.

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    Damn!! I really don't want to wear shoes with my jeans lol. Wait I might as well tell you what I'm planning on wearing, tell me if you think it's suitable for this specific club: Plain black T-shirt / ALL black jeans / sweatshirt ... (and my trainers as shown above hehehehe)
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    (Original post by BigA217)
    Damn!! I really don't want to wear shoes with my jeans lol. Wait I might as well tell you what I'm planning on wearing, tell me if you think it's suitable for this specific club: Plain black T-shirt / ALL black jeans / sweatshirt ... (and my trainers as shown above hehehehe)
    Dress code: Smart casual, strictly no sportswear (source: http://www.guestlistspot.com/bars-cl...r-tiger-london)

    So everything is good, apart from your trainers.
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    Clubs dress codes are nonsensical in the 21st century. Go somewhere where they don't judge you by what you wear.
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    (Original post by Roving Fish)
    Dress code: Smart casual, strictly no sportswear (source: http://www.guestlistspot.com/bars-cl...r-tiger-london)

    So everything is good, apart from your trainers.
    Lol not going to lie I didn't even bother looking at their website.. But thanks for your help anyway


    If another mate is going to wear similar all black trainers I shall do the same! I don't mind looking like a tit if a few people are made to look like tits, you sort of blend in! hahaha

    To be honest i'll never understand why clubs have dress codes :eek:
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    (Original post by Juichiro)
    Clubs dress codes are nonsensical in the 21st century. Go somewhere where they don't judge you by what you wear.
    I completely agree, it's a load of *******s. Their is LITERALLY no point in having a damn dress code! And it's for a mates birthday and he wants to go their >.> lol
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    Most dress codes are in place so that the bouncers can turn people they don't like the look of away. :yes:

    If someone's too drunk but they don't want a row - dress code. If they're judging you and disapprove - dress code. :/
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    Lol I love the way you put that! And I'm sure most bouncers are quite easy going ... or am I wrong? I mean if you don't piss them around or act like a **** surely they'll be quite chill?
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    (Original post by BigA217)
    Lol I love the way you put that! And I'm sure most bouncers are quite easy going ... or am I wrong? I mean if you don't piss them around or act like a **** surely they'll be quite chill?
    It really depends. Sometimes they can be the most moody people you've ever met (they've been dealing with drunks whilst sober all night - I'd probably be like that too! :lol:), sometimes they're great. But yeah, as long as you don't piss them off.
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    Yeah that's fair enough lol and some people can act like complete knob heads when they're pissed! Well thanks for your help Sir! I guess the rest is up to me on whether or not I want to risk wearing my all black trainers! Cheers
 
 
 
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