The following Dress Regulations will apply in the Pavilion:
A formal standard of dress applies in the Pavilion at all times. Members, guests and visitors are required to observe it.
Tailored jacket or blazer; collared shirt that is tucked into tailored trousers, chinos, corduroys or moleskin trousers; a tie or cravat; and formal shoes with socks which cover the ankle.
Dress, skirt or tailored trousers with a top or blouse, or other clothing that is appropriately formal. Formal shoes, boots or sandals must be worn.
For all visitors, religious, traditional and national dress, or service uniform, is permitted.
Smart casual: gentlemen are not required to wear a jacket and tie. On occasions, such as Club Dinners, a more formal standard of dress may apply.
Guests attending an event in the Long Room, Writing Room or Committee Dining Room will need to adhere to the match day dress code as outlined above. Guests attending a dinner in the Long Room may be required to wear black tie.
Examples of attire that would result in a refusal of admittance to the Pavilion: jeans; any form of casual shoe and trainers; beach-style flip-flops; and dilapidated or offensive garments of any kind. This list is not exhaustive.
Members or guests requiring exceptions to the Dress Regulations for reasons such as medical conditions must have prior authorisation, in writing, from the Pavilion Manager.
Notwithstanding the dress standards outlined above, MCC reserves the right to refuse entry to any person considered unsuitably attired.