DRESS CODE

Whilst we do request that you “DRESS TO IMPRESS”, we would still like you to be comfortable. That’s what is most important…

A minimum of all black attire is acceptable, especially for newbies, but also perfectly acceptable is black tie, LBD, cocktail attire, tuxedo / top hat and tails, ball gown, 3 piece suit, matching dark 2 piece suit, masquerade ball, 40’s, 50’s styles, flapper, dapper, gangster, think clothing you wouldn’t normally wear on an everyday basis (unless you’re an actor or fancy dress restauranteur).

We also accept smart business attire (to clarify, gents – dark trouser and suit jacket set must match, ladies dark skirt/trousers and jacket set must match.  Note: whilst you won’t be required to wear your jacket and/or tie all night, you must keep it on if you’re not engaging in play).  All types of fetish attire, especially latex, pvc, leather, corsetry, vintage lingerie, Victoriana, SteamPunk, Birthday Suit, among other things 🙂  Regular Lingerie is acceptable, as long as it matches and is clean.

The only thing we ask is NO DENIM, except for jet-black jeans (as long as the rest of the outfit is dressed up), and no regular street clothing aside of black will be accepted.  Remember – we want you to make an effort, not simply walk in off the street…

The reason we have these dress codes is because it’s a fact that it’s a little easier for ladies to dress for a fetish event than it is for a gentleman, and we recognise this; not everyone is into leather trousers, or full-on fetish attire.  So gentlemen, if you wear jet-black denim jeans then please make an effort with the rest of your outfit.  We can recommend CyberDog in Camden, they have some great shirts that are suitable.