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DRESS CODE

In the chic of the twenties, a touch of fin de siècle melancholy, in the twilight of dubious shops and between variety girls and dandies, the bohemian and his kind can enjoy the night. You can also be on first name terms with any mafiosi and other crooks this evening, because you don't have much to lose - apart from your inflationary Reichsmark.

Whether as a bold whore or elegant diva, as a mafia boss, gallant gigolo or discreet gentleman, Charleston Kid or revue dancer - an evening when you can't be overdressed enough - a stole here, a pearl necklace there, gaiters, a pointed mustache... whatever. Indulge in a sophisticated and generous glass of absinthe while playing poker.

We would particularly like to encourage women to use accessories and hats creatively, as well as exciting hair modeling (keyword: finger waves) and the use of various make-up techniques (keyword: smokey eyes and pale complexion).

 

FIND YOUR ROARING 20S LOOK

ELEGANT DIVA

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THE GOOD STYLE

In addition to the already well-known dress code of Bohème Sauvage, we would like to provide you with some additional guidelines here. Please consider these at your own discretion, but keep in mind that sometimes less is not more, and too much is not necessarily enough.

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CELEBRATE THE WILD LIFE!

Party as if there were no tomorrow! Live with abandon and relish in excess. Whatever your chosen vice may be, indulge it stylishly and with devotion.

BE PART OF THE ACTION, NOT A TOURIST!

This is a social celebration of significance, not a safari. Therefore, leave any kind of photography to our official photographers.

ALL IMPORTANT PERSONS ARE ALREADY HERE!

If, for inexplicable reasons, you need to be reachable, have yourself called at the establishment and be guided to the phone by a waiter, as is fitting. Nothing ruins the unique atmosphere of our parties faster than the use of one of those modern telecommunication devices.

BE POLITE AND COURTEOUS!

Good manners are a fundamental requirement at Bohème. Present yourself in the best possible light and remember your upbringing. For example, if you bump into someone in the crowd, apologize. Let others take the lead as well, especially when it comes to seating, particularly for ladies and older individuals.

PLEASE DANCE!

The ladies would like to be courted appropriately. You won't achieve this with cheap pick-up lines. Instead, invite them to dance and impress with the right steps and a lively spirit.

SHOW THE RIGHT STYLE!

The preferred clothing style is clearly from the 1920s. It can also vary slightly into the 1910s or 1930s. This means no: ribbons, cherries, polka dots, and the like. This naturally also applies to hairstyling.

DON'T BE CHEAP!

Avoid anything that looks like it belongs in a carnival, such as obviously plastic wigs, brightly colored feather boas, mass-produced feather headbands, and suspiciously shiny polyester fabrics, even if they have fringes.

DON'T DISPLAY UNDERWEAR!

We don't care whether you're not wearing underwear to be more efficient in a potential rendezvous. This refers to the layer above that. If you're one of the ladies who insist on wearing a corset for figure-shaping reasons, we won't stand in your way. But please, put something over it! Corsets are meant to be worn under clothing nowadays, if at all.

DON'T WEAR A NEW FUR!

The hostess explicitly doesn't want you to buy a new fur for Bohème Sauvage. If you must wear fur for aesthetic reasons, please choose one from Grandma.

GENTLEMEN, DRESS APPROPRIATELY!

If you are considering wearing a tailcoat, please opt for a white bow tie. If you choose to wear a tuxedo, then kindly select a black velvet or silk bowtie. A regular necktie has no place with a tailcoat or tuxedo, just as calling a bowtie a "fly" is inappropriate. As a gallant gentleman, you shouldn't even think about wearing a hat indoors.

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ATTIRE RESTRICTIONS

Quite apart from any modern clothing such as jeans, T-shirts, sneakers, etc., are glitzy and tasteless carnival costumes, plastic items, flashy wigs, pink feather boas and everything that is obviously not appropriate to the period between 1890 and 1930. We expressly appeal to your sense of style and aesthetics. Unfortunately, wearing long, open hair in the 1920s is also completely unfashionable, not to say old-fashioned. If you are turned away at the door due to unsuitable robes or accessories but have already purchased tickets in advance, we are not obliged to refund the ticket amount.

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