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post #16 of 27
The a/c in vegas is almost as cold as the poeple in vegas are stupid. Why don't you just dress the way you always do, represent your personal or regional style and try to separate yourelf from the stripped, date-raping crowd. Should work well. Oh and those clarks desert boots mentioned earlier, awesome profile and super cheap for the timeless quality of that particular shoe and, wait, let me go find it:

http://www.zappos.com/n/p/dp/15111218/c/55905.html

$70 and you can wear them till you're 80.
post #17 of 27
Don't go to clubs. Go to bars. Problem solved.
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by nomovement
The a/c in vegas is almost as cold as the poeple in vegas are stupid. Why don't you just dress the way you always do, represent your personal or regional style and try to separate yourelf from the stripped, date-raping crowd. Should work well. Oh and those clarks desert boots mentioned earlier, awesome profile and super cheap for the timeless quality of that particular shoe and, wait, let me go find it:

http://www.zappos.com/n/p/dp/15111218/c/55905.html

$70 and you can wear them till you're 80.

Well, the problem is that you can't dress the way you do because they have a dress code. Usually it's just dress shoes sometimes it's other things like no jeans or collared shirts only.

By the way, where are taxto shoes sold? I'm still trying to find some.
post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by Mayday981
Well, the problem is that you can't dress the way you do because they have a dress code. Usually it's just dress shoes sometimes it's other things like no jeans or collared shirts only.

By the way, where are taxto shoes sold? I'm still trying to find some.

You know, there's quite a few things that you can wear within the rubric of no jeans, collared shirts, and dress shoes. For the most part Vegas dress codes are fairly flexible as long as you look presentable, even athletic inspired shoes are fine as long as they aren't tennis shoes/sneakers ftmp.
post #20 of 27
Actually I was referring to the clubs in Los Angeles not Vegas. Some Los Angeles clubs can be really strict on dress codes.
post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by Mayday981
Actually I was referring to the clubs in Los Angeles not Vegas. Some Los Angeles clubs can be really strict on dress codes.

I always found that in L.A., as long as its not a club frequented by gangbangers, dress codes are pretty relaxed. Well, relaxed meaning that you get in if you have the right "look", according to the hostess, I guess. The slummier clubs have dress codes like "no sneakers and jerseys" or something. And I guess that some clubs like the Mayan (which is pretty slummy, imo) are also a little stricter, but it seems that a blazer covers a multitude of sins (jeans, kicks, no collar on shirt, etc...)
post #22 of 27
I go to arguably some of the trendiest clubs and there is no dress code though everyone is wearing 80 dollar tees and it's virtually impossible to get in (though yours truly knows people ). I have been going in my old ripped to shit chip and peppers, graphic tee and suede vans. I have had so many drinks spilled on me and so many high heels stepping on my shoes I would never dare wear anything of value. I also usually dance when I go and I'm most comfy in those or chucks.

Alas my days of frequenting those types of clubs are coming to a close and I'm more of the loafer/blazer type at loungey bars and such.
post #23 of 27
Wow, a lot of the salespeople at "trendy" stores just look horrendous in Vegas lately.

I saw a guy at Tourneau that was just... indescribable.

The sad thing is that the clothes he was wearing would have potentially been cool as single entities.

He was wearing a black suit with thin blue pinstripes that looked fairly decent, a white/blue striped Etro shirt, that I actually own, it's nice, but the tie... omg. It looked like a David Chu but probably wasn't. It was lavender/yellow/orange/red wide striped, and he finished off the outfit with patent leather loafers, and PINK glasses.

The overall effect was like a mix between Reservoir Dogs and Elton John.
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post #25 of 27
go to bars, clubs are for cwg's.
post #26 of 27
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You posted in a 2+ year old thread with a suggestion to look at a thread that you posted this summer. What?
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