What to Wear

What to Wear on match days at the Home of Cricket

Dress Regulations

There is no dress code at Lord’s within our general public stands, however we do not allow fancy dress.

For all other areas please see below:

The dress code for hospitality venues is smart casual. Casual trousers, smart jeans and tailored shorts are acceptable. Sports trainers and flip flops are not permitted.

The minimum standard of dress to enter the Debenture Area is smart casual. Jackets are not required, but gentlemen must wear collared shirts (even when a collared sweater or jacket is worn on top) at all times in the stand. Trousers must be tailored, although denim is acceptable.

Gentlemen shall wear lounge suits or tailored jacket and trousers, shirt, tie or cravat and shoes with socks. Gentlemen will not be admitted to the Pavilion, including the Pavilion Concourse, unless, on entrance, their dress conforms to this Regulation.

Ladies shall wear dresses; or skirts or trousers (which may be cropped below the knee) or culottes, with blouses or smart tops, and formal shoes, boots or sandals. Dresses, blouses and smart tops may be sleeveless, strapless or halter-neck, providing shoulders are covered inside the Pavilion.

Religious, traditional or national dress, or service uniform, is permitted.

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Members and their guests are expected to maintain an acceptable standard of dress while in the Members’ Friends’ Enclosures.

To avoid any embarrassment at the entrance to the enclosures, Members must ensure that their attire, and that of their guests, is appropriate for the area.

The minimum standard of dress to enter the Members’ Friends’ Enclosures is “smart casual” for both sexes. Jackets are not required, but gentlemen must wear collared shirts (even when a collared sweater or jacket is worn on top) at all times in the stands.

Shorts and trousers must be tailored, although denim is acceptable.

 

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The dress code is smart/casual. Smart jeans are acceptable, but not ripped jeans, flip flops or trainers.

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