Doin It with Kwaisi France: DressCode Part 2
Part 2 of my conversation with the founders of DressCode Nightlife App. Consultant Bob Murray sits in with us this episode. Listen to Part 1.
DressCode Part 2
Have you ever been standing on line outside of a club and when you finally get to the front the bouncer tells you that you can’t get in because you’re not dressed correctly? DressCode is here to add convenience to your nightlife experience so you can DRESS 4 ACCESS! For your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, or Android device.
The app includes the use of a ‘Filter’ option to get a list of places that you can get into with what you’re currently wearing or plan to wear. Users can leave comments about the club which are refreshed every Monday so that our users can share minute-by-minute updates. The ability to browse clubs and lounges by location, name, and keywords. Club DressCode, photos, and contact information provided. GPS in order to find clubs and lounges near you, and no more paper guestlists, name dropping at the door, nor coupon printing. The special promos module to get on the list, check in, receive exclusive discounts, and much more.
Killing The Breeze has some tips for the club that are New York inspired, but have worked in DC, Philly, Vegas and LA, if you’re like us and don’t like lines. Take your sunglasses off unless you want to look like a tool. Bring as many beautiful women with you as possible. The suit is the play if you’re going early, doesn’t matter if you’re going late provided you bring cash. Know the city you’re partying in, and the club you’ve chosen (DressCode is ideal for this). No matter what, don’t wear white shoes (loafers are the play). Don’t check your coat (wear a jacket or blazer), and remember it will be hot and sweaty inside.