Everyone in attendance is strongly encouraged to participate by adhering to our mandatory dress code. This helps create a unique vibe where everyone is a participant, not just a spectator. It also helps us to admit those who are familiar with the philosophy and life style associated with Cirque De Boudoir events, and to refuse those who are just walking in off the street and may be problematic. As our event themes vary for each event, so does the recommended dress code, however if it’s your first time and you are not sure what to wear or have a limited wardrobe, we do have a minimum dress code which is: formal, all black. Dressing up and participating in the theme is a big part of what makes Cirque De Boudoir events so special. We promise you will experience a lot more enjoyment by participating in the theme! The majority of our guests are amazingly creative & sexy and they put together unique outfits for each CDB event. Planning, finding and making elements for your outfit/costume is a big part of the fun! It’s almost like foreplay for the party! 😉
For more detailed dress code recommendations, please refer to the event listing of the event you are planning to attend, and/or check out our CDB Pinterest board – where we compile many costume/outfit ideas for both for men & women.
Latex, Leather, Lace, PVC, Fancy Lingerie, Uniforms (military, medical), Black Tie (for Ladies and Gents), Cross Dressing or Drag, Body Paint & Body Art, Fishnets, Complete Costumes, Pinup, Burlesque, Fetish, Cosplay, Zentai, Heavy Rubber, BDSM, Shibari & Wearable Rope Bondage, Nipple Tassles or Pasties, Fantasy, Cabaret, Boudoir, Moulin Rouge, Carnival, Circus Side Show, Freak Show, Top Hat & Tails, Steam Punk, etc…
We will decline your entry at the door if you are dressed in regular street clothes, jeans, t-shirts, dress shirts or casual clothing. The decision of our door staff is FINAL. If you do not make an effort – you will not be allowed entry.