As international students flock to Australia, it is expected to see diverse group of people enjoying each other’s company. Thus, paving way to outrageous night outs that’s extremely incomparable to other metropolis. Before the Exchangr team can guarantee you one ‘helluva’ night, you have to make yourself admissible first to the club’s entrance, at least!
So for all international students, specifically the blokes out there, read along as the Exchangr team give you guys some advice when it comes to ‘what to wear on a night out in Australia’.
Australia is strict… and so are the bouncers. So take note!
- Looking good is a way to getting yourself a decent night out
Most cool pretentious clubs around Australia DO NOT accept T-shirts. While they may appear laid-back and comfortable, it doesn’t add to the vibe of an establishment. A doorman once said that with proper clothing, you get what you pay for. Therefore, go for collared shirts or ones that are nicely cut. The key here is not buying the designer brands but rather choosing the type of clothing that will not only make you look good but reflects a hint of social status as well. Your shirt does not have to be exy, so long as the way the fabric sits on you looks edgy enough, then in you go!
2. Visible tattoos are a no go
There are no fast and hard rules or laws when it comes to such restriction but all licensed premises have the right to refuse entry. While these polices vary from club to club, the Exchangr team suggests that you cover them up with a long sleeve so as not to get caught up in the line.
3. No sneakers or sandals
You need to put on an outfit that will make you look like a total package and sneakers or shoes will probably not match the edgy statement that you want to establish if you are to match it with your collared upper. The Exchangr team suggests that you find a pair of slip-ons or leather black lace-ups that will make you look smart!
4. No shorts… unless it’s a day club sort of vibe
Still aligned to the previous section’s reason, you won’t look smart and edgy enough if you fall short in shorts! Chinos or jeans are highly recommended because they arbitrate a more stylish appeal, adding to the good lad aura.
5. Slay the floor, go light
Sure you may look more fashionable and classy with an overcoat on but if you’ll only be sweating out with this one while strutting your stuff, forget it! Most Australian clubs don’t have a cloak room so don’t bother bringing warm puffy jackets … unless you want to be carrying it on the D-floor.