Inspired by all these talks about jeans and whether or not people dress up to go dancing, I am just wondering....... What's the dress code at your local salsa clubs, or clubs you have visited...? Our clubs used to be more dressed up, no jeans, runners (sneakers) etc. This seems to have eased with the popularity of 'streetwear' trends over the years. Now, apart from special functions or 'dressy' venues, most salsa clubs don't seem to enforce a dress code (of course, within reasons). *some of these 'streetwear' (read: designer casuals) do, and often cost more than 'dressy' items :shock: !* The other reason for this casualisation is because of our Aussie laid-back attitude....it's just not a dress-up-formally kind of culture. So our clubs may be a bit more tolerant compared to other majar cities, me thinks :? . It can actually be very uncool to over-dress in many clubs here :shock: ..... As TJ said in one of the other threads, a girl was refused entry at Mayan for wearing baggy jeans. I remember seeing signs at places like Copa (NYC) & Mayan (LA) stating "No khakis, no baggies, no jeans, no sneakers, no team colours etc. etc" So let's share this information here! We DF members like to go salsa dancing in other cities. I can't think of anything worse than getting refused entry because we didn't know the dress code :roll: !