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Suits Banned from Soho House

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Something we hear men complain about all the frickin time is how it's hard for them to get into clubs and bars—especially if they're not tagging along with a gang of women or dropping $2,000 on a reservation. Here's something else to worry about re: club entry. A senior exec at a London PR agency has been banned from Soho House for being too well-dressed. The Independent reports: "Whereas most clubs might be expected to baulk at jeans or the lack of a tie, Peter Bingle was banned from Soho House for six months for coming dressed in a suit." [Independent]