DRESS CODE POLICY

Club Privata is an upscale nightclub, so we ask that all members please dress accordingly. We highly recommend that you dress to impress. Please understand that our policies are in place not only to maintain our club standards, but to ensure the enjoyment of all guests.  ​Our dress code will be strictly enforced and should be reviewed prior to your visit to Club Privata.  Our entrance staff have the discretion to make the determination on appropriate clothing. Much of that discretion will be based on the presentation of all clothing. With our themed events, we encourage people to have fun with their attire. We will have some events, such as Glow Night, where we waive the normal dress code. We may allow a one-time exception for a first time guest who is unfamiliar with the dress code, and explain the dress code for future visits.

WOMEN'S DRESS CODE

Women should dress to attend an upscale nightclub.

Clothing: Dresses, skirts, slacks, designer jeans, booty shorts, bodysuits, lingerie, blouses, panty hose.

Hats: Hats or head coverings are allowed with the exception of baseball caps, beanies, and bandannas. Religious and medically necessary head coverings are welcome.

Shoes: Heels, stilettos, flats, or boots. Dress shoes or upscale modern comfort shoes. All athletic style shoes must be clean and a solid color. Shoes not allowed include typical white running-style shoes, styrofoam flip-flops, work boots, or any footwear that is dirty, overly worn, or generally unsafe.

Unacceptable Attire: No t-shirts or graphic tees. No clothing with logos or sports logos. No utili-kilts. No styrofoam style flip flops. No zip up sweatshirts or hoodies. No jerseys or athletic wear.

Note: Exceptions to the dress code only apply for theme related parties. If you are unsure about an article of clothing, we strongly recommend bringing a backup to avoid being denied entry. Women must wear shoes at all times. If you feel like your heels aren't going to be wearable all night, bring a pair of flats to store in the locker. 

MEN'S DRESS CODE

Men should dress to attend an upscale nightclub.

Clothing: Formal, semi formal, or business casual. Suit, vest, and/or tie. Casual slacks. Designer jeans. Dress kilts. Button down shirt, polo shirt, or linen shirt. Nice non collared shirts and sweaters are now allowed.

Hats: Hats or head coverings are allowed with the exception of baseball caps, beanies, and bandannas. Religious and medically necessary head coverings are welcome.

Shoes: Dress shoes, designer boots, or upscale modern comfort shoes. All athletic style shoes must be clean and a solid color. Shoes not allowed include typical running-style shoes, flip-flops, work boots, or any footwear that is dirty, overly worn, or generally unsafe.

Unacceptable Attire: No t-shirts or graphic tees. No clothing with logos or sports logos. No shorts, cargo pants, or ripped jeans. No tank tops. No utili-kilts. No open toed shoes or flip flops. No zip up sweatshirts or hoodies. No jerseys or athletic wear.

Note: Exceptions to the dress code only apply for theme related parties. If you are unsure about an article of clothing, we strongly recommend bringing a backup to avoid being denied entry. Men must remain fully clothed unless involved in a sex act.