Members are responsible to ensure their guests comply with Cherokee’s dress code at all times. 

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DRESS CODE FOR APPLYING
Proper attire is required.

All applicants who come to Cherokee Town and Country Club to fill out applications or to be interviewed must be appropriately dressed according the Club's dress code. Proper attire is required at all times in the common areas in and around the Clubhouse. At the Town Club, Men must have jackets in the and no jeans are allowed.
 
DRESS CODE FOR EMPLOYMENT:

Tattoos must be concealed at all times

One set of earrings only for females (conservative studs only, no dangling earrings)

No earrings for males

No extreme hairstyles

Hair colors must be a color that occurs in nature including highlights

Moustaches and beards must be neatly trimmed

Nail polish must be a neutral or natural color, no bright colors

Town Club

Clubhouse Main Floor:

Men and young men 12 years of age and older will wear suits or sports coats and dress slacks, collared shirts, turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks. Ties, which are always preferred, are not mandatory. Ladies will wear dresses, skirts, tailored pantsuits, pants and blazer, dressy pant outfit or dressy attire such as slack or sweater-blouse combinations. T-shirts, denim and the like are not acceptable.

Terrace Level (Grant's and Tavern):

Men and women are permitted to wear appropriate casual attire which includes neat jeans, defined as jeans being free of holes or frayed ends, clean, dry athletic wear and appropriate length shorts. Cover ups and flip-flop type shoes are only allowed on the outside Terrace and in the inside hallways.