Dress Code At The Club
Regular Dress – From October 1 through April 30
Gentlemen are expected to wear jackets, dress slacks, a collared, long-sleeved, tucked in shirts that button down the center or turtleneck at all times. Ties are required only in the Garden Dining Room at Sunday brunch, and at lunch and dinner. Ties are not required anywhere else in the clubhouse.
Ladies are expected to dress in an equivalent fashion, which means dresses, suits, skirts or dress slacks with jackets or tops of equivalent formality. Leggings or tights, unless worn with skirts, dresses, or long jackets, are not considered to be of equivalent formality.
Military uniforms and national dress of equivalent formality are also acceptable.
At black-tie events, members and guests in attendance are expected to dress appropriately for the occasion.
Sweat suits or other athletic or sports attire, jeans or other denim garments, sneakers, flip-flops, athletic footwear and shorts, and hats and baseball caps are never acceptable in the public rooms.
Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests follow the dress code and that children’s attire is equally presentable.
Casual attire is permitted in Hillyer House and during the brief period it takes an individual to register for or check out from an overnight room in the clubhouse, and while proceeding to or from one’s room.
Summer Dress – From May 1 through September 30
From May 1 through September 30 the summer dress code is in effect. Business casual attire is permitted throughout the clubhouse; however, after 5 pm jackets (but not ties) are required in the Garden Dining Room.
“Business casual” means collared, long-sleeved, tucked in shirts that button down the center or turtlenecks and dress slacks for men and comparable attire for women. Military uniforms and national dress of equivalent formality are also acceptable.
Throughout the year, jeans, denim, T-shirts, athletic clothing and footwear, and hats and baseball caps are never acceptable in the public rooms.