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If you are looking for an unforgettable nightclub in Oxford Circus, then Scandal London is the place you want to be. Opening in the Summer of 2017, in the venue that once hosted Project Club London, the Scandal club was an almost instant hit.
Despite its insinuating name, Scandal is all but scandalous. It definitely has some edge to it, but it is also brimming with class and sophistication, and you will need to bring your best dress and behaviour to its doors.
One of London's best exclusive nightclubs, it is frequented by the highest class of people.
It has twenty five tables, with a full capacity of 350 people, and the party goes on for most of the night. So if you want to get in, you need to get in quick.
Scandal Club London is managed by its own Scandal In-House Production, with carefully selected and trained staff. Unlike clubs that use agencies or external training, Scandal takes full responsibility for making sure that the people serving you meet their exacting standards.
But it does live up to its name where the décor and entertainment is concerned. The appearance inside takes the Red Light district of Amsterdam, known for its sex industry and liberal attitudes to sex, drugs, and alcohol, and elevates it with the class of traditional Mayfair clubs.
The club lighting is sensual and yet also vibrantly modern and fun, with sexy red neon and flattering soft lights. There are stunning modern laser displays to bring a futuristic edge to the venue. The music quality is stupendous everywhere in the club, so whether you are there to dance or relax at your table, you can enjoy the full experience of the sound of R&B and hip hop every Wednesday and Friday, and House each Saturday. You will feel immersed into a new and sensual world.
There is a full service bar, as well as wait staff for the tables, so you can enjoy whatever cocktail you fancy, from old classics to modern, new mixes crafted just for you.
Scandal London involves stunning cabaret dancers who do not remain on stage, but bring their act to the dance floor with you, turning up the heat and bringing the fun. This unique experience will immerse you in the settings, making you keep coming back for more.
This is the finest nightlife experience for the lucky people who get into this exclusive club. This is VIP nightclub London has been one of the most in-demand clubs in Mayfair for a long time. Sometimes you will face some resident or international celebrities having fun and partying at Scandal nightclub.
The Scandal nightclub London dress code is sexy and elegant, with a bit of freedom for self expression. Think "red carpet sexy". So plenty of glamour, definitely a suits and LBDs event, but if you like things with bold accessories or a little lace, or whatever makes you feel unique, then feel free to choose some nice accessories. That said, if men are not in collared shirts and polished shoes, and women are not dressed smartly and in heels, the club reserves the right to refuse entry.
THE DRESS CODE AT SCANDAL
Dress codes can be confusing, so let us help you with our detailed, visual guides!
What is recommended:
The recommended look is the best one not just to get you in, but to make you feel at home.
At Scandal the guests largely dress sexy, modern, and with their own unique style. Both ladies and gentlemen wear a lot of black, so if you want to fit in, then bear this in mind. But if you want to stand out, then maybe reds and pinks are in order, especially for the ladies.
The gentlemen largely wear two piece suits or suit trousers with smart white shirts. Ties are not always worn, especially not for days when there is no major event going on. Men here do not usually wear jewellery. A few men wear blue or black jeans, but not most.
The ladies largely wear sexy cocktail dresses, little black dresses, and crop top combinations with jeans, leggings, miniskirts, and other sexy combinations. Unlike some clubs where the rule of two applies, here the rule of three is more common. That is to say, show off three of the following, but not all four: low cut, short skirt, bodycon, exposed midriff. Hair is generally loose and make up is generally glamorous.
What is allowed:
The allowed clothes are the full range of what will get you through the door.
Scandal demands a sexy, elegant look. Think "red carpet sexy". Therefore, there will be a bit more flexibility than at clubs that demand smart casual or black tie optional dress codes, but there is still a recommended list.
Red carpet sexy for men includes:
-fitted polos, long sleeve tops, and button down shirts
-black and blue jeans
-black and grey suit trousers, well fitted
-suit jackets and sports jackets
-polished black or brown leather (or faux leather) shoes
Red carpet sexy for women includes:
-little black dress
-sexy and elegant rompers
-sexy two piece outfits
-heeled shoes between 2" and 8"
What is a grey area:
The grey area are clothes that might be allowed some days/events and not others, or that are at the discretion of door staff. In short, if you happen to be in the area, wearing these clothes and want to check the club out, then maybe see if you can. You might get lucky. But if you are actually planning a night here? Avoid these and go for something closer to the dress code.
Rompers and shorts are a grey area. Men's khaki shorts and women's rompers and two piece outfit shorts will probably be allowed in. But denim shorts, men's rompers, and loose, light shorts will probably be turned away at the door.
Loafers and other casual mens shoes are hit and miss. Depending on how neat they are and the rest of your look, you could get in wearing loafers, moccasins, or converse shoes. But it's better to not take the risk.
Women's flats are a grey area as well. If your outfit is generally held together and you really can't wear heels, you have a good chance of getting in. But the red carpet sexy look generally doesn't work very well with flats and you might get turned away if you are not in heels.
What is forbidden:
These clothes will get you turned away at the door, even if you are on the guest list, have a table with bottle service reserved, and it's your birthday. Sorry.
No t-shirts. Absolutely no t-shirts. Not even under collared shirts.
No distressed look clothes. Nothing torn, worn, stained, or painted.
No sportswear. No active sportswear, but no fashion sportswear either.
No leather or denim jackets. Even if they are cut like a sports jacket, they are not recommended at all.
No saggy or oversized clothes. Choose something small and fitted over something oversized.
No big bags or winter coats. Take off big bags and winter coats at the door and check them into the cloakroom.
No statement jewellery. Men and women alike should stick to sparkly, traditional styles of jewellery. Nothing artistic or bold.