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Wetherspoons have a dress code, but you don’t have to dress RegallyFeel free to wear jeans, trainers, or pyjamas, just make sure you’re wearing something, please.16:50, 3 JUL 2017Updated09:18, 4 JUL 2017
Dress to impress at the Regal. Picture by Keith Jones
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You might be frowned upon for wearing your pyjamas and ugg boots when you do the weekly shop or when you drop the kids off at school or when you go to the pub. (It was one time!) but it turns out, according to Wetherspoons dress code, you can get away with it on a night out.
In fact they only have one rule, you must be clothed. (Ah really?)
Wetherspoons is the go to establishment when it comes to boozing on a budget.
Or for those who just need an easy, no frills hangover cure the morning after, you can’t beat Breakfast Club.
JD Wetherspoon have a number of establishments across Cambridgeshire, among them the mighty Regal in Cambridge.
But you might be surprised to learn that the down to earth eateries do actually adopt a dress code.
Yes, you read that right.
Less shocking however is the fact that it is as laid back as the bar’s atmosphere.
Trainers, jeans and even pyjamas are completely acceptable the only rule is that customers must be wearing something, according to a report by The Metro.
In the FAQ section on the Wetherspoon website, pub goers are asked to remain clothed at all times, including shoes.
Top tip: if you plan on wearing heels, pop some ballet pumps in your bag for later.
Those who opt for trackies on a Friday night out should also be careful. As Wetherspoons also note that some pubs operate a ‘specific dress code at all or certain times’.