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The Project Club audience is an eclectic mix that includes A-Listers, models, Hollywood icons, and popular stars – making it the home to the most affluent party goers. It is a place to enjoy the wicked skills of the club DJs while they spin the beats to your favourite songs. With a solid 3 years on its belt, expect the best out of your Project guestlist reservation, and party in style guided by the Project Dress Code.
Project Dress code for Women:
Like any other famous clubs, Project has its own dress code that you need to follow to the dot. This is to ensure that you gain entry, and you have an access to the hottest party this side of London. Just follow our advices and tips, and you’d be granted access to its doors in no time. Take inspirations from the Project Celebrity sightings, and you will figure out what you need to wear.
The Project Club dress code is to stay smart and sexy. Aim for the sophisticated look by wearing the best dress that you have, couple with your alluring heels. Do not be afraid to bare skin, just don’t show it all. You would be surprised that you don’t even have to check the Project Club Bottle Price Menu because free drinks will be coming your way – a lovely way to compliment you on your look. Rummage your wardrobe and for the most sultry dress you can find, as this will be your prime ticket to partying with the stars. The perfect eye makeup and the best hair style will elevate your “great” outfit to the “best“ one, and you’d be getting through the door in no time.
Project Club dress code for Men:
For the gents, just look your best in the most classy way you can afford. Wear your best shirt, a simple dark trouser, and your suede/leather shoes, and you’re good to go. Leave the rubber shoes, sneakers, baseball caps, and any sports wear at your home, as you will be denied entry even if you friends are already inside.
Plan your nightout with London Night Guide and get your Project table booking now so you can party in style in one of the best clubs in London.