Las Vegas Monthly Outfit Tips [What to Wear, Weather]

When you’re getting ready for your trip to Las Vegas, you’ll want to think about various types of clothing to pack. Your suitcase should have a mix of daywear, eveningwear, swimwear, and activewear, especially if you’re planning to hit the gym or go on a hike.

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Now, let’s dive into the basics first from someone who lived 10 years in Vegas:


Most visitors underestimate the amount of walking they’ll be doing. Bring a pair of comfortable shoes!  Your feet will thank you!


Ladies, I know heels look cute to wear out to the club, but consider bringing a pair of roll-up flats in your purse for later. We wouldn’t want you walking around barefoot!

For evening events like fancy dinners or clubbing, you’ll want to step it up with some dress shoes or high heels. And here’s some good news: some hotels in Vegas have vending machines that offer foldable flats.

So, if your heels hurt, you know where to go!


When it comes to bottoms, you’ve got plenty of options. Skirts, shorts, pants, and jeans can all work well. But here’s a tip: avoid jeans in the summer.


Trust me, it gets really hot! During those sizzling summer months, you’ll be much more comfortable in loose-fitting bottoms.


Lightweight tops are your best friends in Las Vegas, especially during the warmer months like Spring, Summer, and early Fall. Think t-shirts, tank tops, thin bodysuits, blouses, and even crop tops. They’re all great choices.


When the weather starts to cool down in late Fall and Winter, you’ll want to switch to long sleeves and heavier tops to stay warm.


Anything goes in Vegas, so feel free to pack casual and dressy rompers, jumpsuits, and dresses. They’re all perfect for a night out or a casual day exploring. In the warmer months, go for looser, short-sleeve options. When winter rolls around, thicker knits and longer sleeves are the way to go.


If pool lounging is on your agenda, don’t forget your bathing suit and a cute cover-up. You can wear any style you like, just make sure you’re comfortable. Oh, and the sun in Vegas is super strong, so be mindful of the tan lines your swimsuit might leave.

Tip: Some hotels and resorts require reservations for pools, lounge chairs, and cabanas. So, it’s a good idea to plan ahead.

Good to know: Many pools close in winter! Check our monthly guides below with a link to each month with detailed pool information.


You might think you don’t need a jacket in the hot Vegas summer, but think again. Casinos and hotels often crank up the AC, so a light cardigan could come in handy. In the spring and early fall, a light jacket is just right. For late fall, consider medium-weight outerwear like a leather jacket. Believe it or not, it can get pretty chilly in the winter, so heavier jackets and coats are recommended.


Last but not least, let’s talk accessories. They can really elevate your Vegas look. Essentials to pack include a sun hat, sunglasses, and a day bag or belt bag. These items not only add style but also offer practicality during your trip.

Monthly Weather and Outfit Tips

Find our monthly tips below from January to December. Each month contains tips for

  • Weather
  • What to Wear

💡 TIP: Each month includes a link to a complete guide for the respective month with even more detailed outfit tips, weather, things to do, and insider recommendations.



  • Temperature: Average high 58°F (14°C), average low 39°F (4°C)
  • Rain: 2 days
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

January in Las Vegas sees an average high of 58°F and a low of 39°F. The daytime temperatures are mostly pleasant for exploring the city, but it can get chilly in the evenings. Only two rainy days are experienced in January.

Find out more information and unique tips about Las Vegas in January [Outfits, Weather, Things to Do] with even more in-depth advice and the best things to do.


As the coldest month in Las Vegas, the temperatures do drop come night-time. It gets colder and uncomfortable after sunset when spending time outside if not dressed accordingly. There can even be frost on some nights, but most of the time it remains above freezing. Snow is not expected.

During the day, it will probably feel like a lovely fall day in other cities in the US. The warmest time is during the afternoon. The sun sets by 5 pm at the latest this month, so plan your sightseeing accordingly.

What to Wear/Outfits

Ensure you pack a light jacket for mornings and daytime, and maybe a slightly heavier coat for the chilly evenings and nights in January. Flexibility is the key: always pack and bring multiple layers. In general, a sweatshirt or a sweater is a good idea during this time of year.

Temperatures can still sometimes reach quite high in the afternoon, so some wear short sleeves, others light jackets. It also depends on what temperatures you’re used to.

Some visitors dress in winter jackets and thick boots in the evenings. With only four days of rain a month, rain gear is not essential, but an umbrella is always handy just in case. Bring hiking boots if you plan to venture out into the nearby areas during the daytime.


  • Temperature: Average high 66°F (19°C), average low 41°F (5°C)
  • Rain: 2 days
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

During February in Las Vegas, the average high temperatures reach 66°F, and lows hover around 41°F. The mild daytime temperatures are perfect for any outside activities, but it gets cooler in the evenings. An average of two days of rain can be expected in February.

Find out more information and unique tips about Las Vegas in February [Outfits, Weather, Things to Do] with even more in-depth advice and the best things to do.

Weather Details: February is the second-coldest month of the year, but it’s still mostly sunny and relatively mild compared to states such as New York and Maine.

However, the weather can be a bit erratic in February, so prepare for all eventualities. Coming from a warmer state, you may find February in Las Vegas chilly.

If you are coming from one of the cooler states, it will probably feel like spring or fall back at home. For anyone who feels the cold, plan your outdoor adventures from about midday into the afternoon, as the weather is warmest during this time.

What to wear: You’ll want to ensure you have a light jacket in your suitcase, which you may want to wear in the mornings if you feel the cold. Come night-time, you’ll want to layer up if you are exploring The Strip, so your priority should be to add layers of sweaters and t-shirts to your suitcase.

If you are planning to enjoy the golf courses or hiking trails during this month, ensure you pack appropriate footwear and clothing for active pursuits. For anyone visiting for Valentine’s Day, ensure you pack a few smarter outfits to adhere to the Las Vegas dress-codes in restaurants and clubs.


  • Temperature: Average high 71°F (22°C), average low 49°F (9°C)
  • Rain: 2 days
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

In March in Las Vegas, expect an average high temperature of 71°F and an average low of 49°F. Temperatures are increasing, so swimming pools reopen, but evenings can be quite cool. Expect up to two days of rain.

💡 Check out our full March Vegas Guide [Detailed What to Wear Tips, Weather Guide, Activities]

Weather Details: The weather in Las Vegas warms up quite a bit in March. Pools that were closed for the winter months reopen, and it’s hotter for hiking and spending time outdoors in the middle of the day.

The skies are very clear in March, so you may even feel like it’s warmer than it is with the blazing sun. As the night-time temperatures still drop to an average low of 49°F, you’ll still find it a little chilly for exploring.

What to wear: Temperatures start to warm up quite a bit in March, so make sure you pack your swimwear and t-shirts for the daytime. Rain is rare, but just in case, add an umbrella or light rain jacket to your suitcase.

You’ll find you will feel comfortable in a t-shirt and shorts in the daytime, but you may want to add a sweater for exploring in the evening still.

Layers are still key during March and can make touring at night much more pleasant. As the pools are reopening in March and pool parties commence once again, don’t forget to pack your swimwear.


  • Temperature: Average high 81°F (27°C), average low 55°F (13°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate – High

Las Vegas

Temperatures in Las Vegas in April increase to an average high of 81°F and low of 55°F. The weather is pleasant this month for exploring and sunbathing, without reaching the high temperatures the summer months are known for. Only one day of rain on average is expected this month in Las Vegas.

💡 Visit our full guide with even more details and local tips for Las Vegas in April [Weather, What to Wear, Tips]

Weather Details: By April, the weather in Las Vegas has improved significantly, and all of the summer activities are commencing. Swimming pools and pool parties are in full operation, and visitors from around the world will find the temperatures high enough to enjoy sunbathing during the day.

The temperatures at night are still a little chilly, depending on where in the world you are from. However, it makes the perfect contrast from the hot and sunny daytime and is more pleasant for walking around and exploring the city.

What to wear: During the daytime in April, most people feel comfortable in shorts and a t-shirt. At night-time, you will probably still need to add a sweater on top, as well as jeans or long pants on the bottom. Women will be happy to wear a summer dress during the daytime.

Don’t forget your swimwear, as this is the perfect month for enjoying the swimming pools before the blazing summer sun arrives in the next few months.

Ensure you are wearing sunscreen all day when out and about, and pack comfortable walking shoes if you are planning to do a lot of exploring outdoors. For anyone looking to enjoy the parties in town this month, make sure you check out the dress-code for the nightclubs you hope to visit.


  • Temperature: Average high 91°F (32°C), average low 66°F (19°C)
  • Rain: 0 days
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

Las Vegas in May sees the start of the hot summer temperatures, with an average high of 91°F and an average low of 66°F. The weather is hot this month in the daytime, but at night it’s ideal for walking around.

Read our full May guide with even more details: Las Vegas in May [Weather, What to Wear, Things to Do, Pool Openings]


Weather Details: May is the first month of the year in Las Vegas where you can really feel the heat in this city. It’s the last month where temperatures are still pleasant enough for exploring in the daytime, as for the rest of the summer, this is almost impossible.

Most visitors will find May to be like a typical summer’s day elsewhere in the world. You may find it a little cooler at night, depending on where in the world you are from.

What to wear: Most visitors to Las Vegas in May are happy packing their full summer wardrobe. Expect to see shorts, t-shirts, and dresses worn in the daytime throughout the city due to the high temperatures.

At night, temperatures do cool off, but most people would be comfortable in a long-sleeved shirt or top.

If you are sensitive to the cold, add in a light sweater for night-time. You won’t want to visit Las Vegas this month without your summer essentials, including swimwear, sunglasses, and sunscreen.


  • Temperature: Average high 100°F (38°C), average low 74°F (23°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

June in Las Vegas experiences an average high of around 100°F and a low of 74°F. The weather is extremely hot during the day at the end of the month, so sightseeing is best done in the morning, after sunset, or in early June. Only one day of rain is expected in June in Las Vegas.

💡 Read our full guide with more tips: Las Vegas in June [What to Wear, Weather, Local Tips]

Weather Details: June is the start of the scorching summer heat in Las Vegas. Early June is still manageable, but later in the month, it’s no longer comfortable for walking around in the daytime for many visitors.

The night-time temperatures now feel like a warm summer’s day elsewhere in the world, so you can be out until late at night without getting cold. Little rain is experienced this month, so there’s minimal relief from the oppressive heat.

What to wear: Summer is in full swing in Las Vegas, so you’ll only need to think about packing summer clothing this month. Shorts, t-shirts, summer dresses, and flip-flops will be your go-to outfit during the daytime.

While Las Vegas is very relaxed by day, if you are heading to restaurants, clubs, or shows at night, remember to pack a few more dressy outfits to follow their dress codes. Ensure you have plenty of sunscreen, a cap, swimwear, and sunglasses in your suitcase, as these will be your daily poolside essentials.


  • Temperature: Average high 105°F (41°C), average low 81°F (27°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

July in Las Vegas has the highest temperatures of the year, with a high of 105°F and a low of 81°F. It’s extremely hot for walking around this month, so exploring The Strip after dark is best. Only one day of rain is expected in July in Las Vegas.

💡 Read your complete article with tips for Las Vegas in July. It includes even more tips about what to wear, the weather, and activity tips.

Weather Details: July is the hottest month of the year in Las Vegas, and for this reason, it’s incredibly unpleasant to walk around in the heat for a longer period of time. While the temperatures drop at night, you’ll still find it hot for walking around The Strip.

If you are spending an extended period of time outdoors, keep a bottle of water with you at all times to avoid dehydration. While it’s the hottest month in the city, it’s also the rainiest month, but rain is still rare and doesn’t help much too reduce the heat.

What to wear: During July in Las Vegas, you’ll only want to pack summer clothing. Unless you are spending an extended amount of time indoors in the casinos, you are not going to need a light sweater this month when being outside.

In the daytime, you’ll probably just wear swimwear, shorts, t-shirts, or summer dresses. Bring multiple pieces of swimwear in July.

Come night-time, you’ll still should follow the unofficial dress codes in restaurants and clubs, but if you aren’t visiting these, stick to smarter shorts and dresses.


  • Temperature: Average high 102°F (39°C), average low 78°F (26°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

August in Las Vegas is still very hot, with an average high of 102°F and a low of 78°F. The city experiences only one day of rain this month. During August, it’s very hot for spending an extended time outdoors still. That’s why most visitors spend the mornings at the pool and afternoons indoors. With an umbrella or at pools with shaded areas you might also spend pool time in the afternoon.

Find more detailed information about the weather and detailed clothing tips in our
Las Vegas in August [Outfits, Weather, Things to Do] guide.

Weather Details: After July, August is the second hottest month of the year. Visitors will still find it challenging to spend an extended amount of time outdoors in the daytime. Plan your afternoons indoors and the mornings by the pool. In the evenings, explore the outdoor areas once the sun goes down.

What to wear: In August, you’ll still want to rely on your summer clothing in Las Vegas. Pack a good selection of shorts, t-shirts, and swimwear. If you are spending your whole day outdoors, you’ll need to switch clothing regularly, so bring a good amount of tops to accommodate this.

For anyone who is planning to spend time in the casinos, pack a light sweater or cardigan still, as the air conditioning can be freezing when spending time indoors. It’s monsoon season but an umbrella is not necessary. When it rains, it’s typically over and already dry after a few minutes.


  • Temperature: Average high 95°F (35°C), average low 71°F (22°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

Temperatures in Las Vegas in September reduce slightly to an average high of 95°F and a low of 71°F. The night-time temperatures are pleasant for exploring the city, but it can still be too hot in the daytime. Expect only one day of rain on average in September in Las Vegas.

You can find even more unique tips in our full guide to Vegas in September [Weather, Clothing, Crowds]

Weather Details: While other parts of the world experience reduced temperatures in September, Las Vegas will still feel like a day in the middle of summer for most people. It’s still one of the hottest months of the year, especially in the first week, but the daytime temperatures are becoming a little more bearable by the end of the month.

Pools will still be open, and pool parties are popular at the weekends. If you are looking to escape cooler temperatures elsewhere in the country, Las Vegas is a great destination to visit for sunshine in September, although some can still be expected earlier in the month.

What to wear: We recommend sticking to a summer wardrobe for the daytime in Las Vegas in September. Don’t forget your swimwear, shorts, and t-shirts, as well as sunscreen and a cap.

Depending on where you are from in the world, you may find the nighttime temperatures a little cool and prefer to add a light sweater or cardigan after the sun sets.

A light rain jacket is a good idea this month and can protect you from the rain and cooler evening temperatures. Visitors from cooler climates will be happy wearing short sleeves or a dress all day and night this month still.


  • Temperature: Average high 82°F (28°C), average low 59°F (15°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

October in Las Vegas expects a high temperature of 82°F and a low of 59°F. The night-time temperatures are much cooler than in the summer months. One rainy day is experienced on average in October in Las Vegas.

💡 Check out our complete guide with more tips for Las Vegas in October [What to Wear, Weather, Activity Tips]


Weather Details: In October, the daytime temperatures in Las Vegas are still like summer elsewhere in the country. However, you’ll notice the night-time temperatures drop significantly this month.

Most visitors enjoy the contrasting temperatures in October, which make it the perfect month for enjoying the pool in the day, and exploring once the sun sets. We are finally out of the hideously hot summer temperatures this month, so it’s a safe time to visit for anyone who is more sensitive to the heat.

What to wear: In October, you’ll want to return to adding layers to your suitcase. Depending on where you are from in the world, at night-time, you may want to add a light jacket or a warm sweater to your outfit for the mornings and evenings.

At night, you may feel more comfortable adding a pair of light pants or jeans, although you’ll need to follow the dress codes for shows and restaurants. Some visitors find the temperatures pleasant enough for hiking this month, so add sneakers or hiking boots if this is in your plans.


  • Temperature: Average high 70°F (21°C), average low 46°F (8°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate

Las Vegas

Las Vegas in November has an average high temperature of 70°F and a low of 46°F. With only one or two days of rain expected, October is a good month for spending time outdoors. Temperatures are much cooler this month, so many pools close, and outdoor sightseeing in the daytime is possible.

💡 Tip: For more information about the weather, what to wear, and activities, take a look at our detailed guide to Las Vegas in November [Weather, Crowds, Outfits].

Weather Details: The weather in November in Las Vegas is much more enjoyable for spending time outdoors exploring. The average high of 70°F makes it easier to walk around in the daytime, so you aren’t as restricted by what you can do during your visit.

At night, the temperature is now much cooler, so you’ll need to wrap up before heading outdoors. With only a few days of rain expected and mostly pleasant temps, it’s a great month for anything outdoors.

What to wear: While you may feel comfortable wearing short sleeves in the daytime in Las Vegas in early November and on pleasant days in general, it’s important to add layers and long-sleeved tops to your suitcase this month.

Depending on where you are from in the world, you’ll find the daytime temperatures to be like a mild summer’s day.

At night-time, you’ll most definitely need a jacket or thick sweater, although it’s still pleasant for walking around during this time. Shorts are unlikely to be seen in Las Vegas this month, and instead, light pants, a long skirt, or jeans are a great option.


  • Temperature: Average high 60°F (15°C), average low 39°F (4°C)
  • Rain: 1 day
  • Crowds and Hotel Rates: Moderate-High

Las Vegas

December in Las Vegas predicts an average high of 60°F and an average low of 39°F. December is a good time for exploring the city during the day with its lower temperatures.

💡 Read our complete Las Vegas in December [Outifs, Weather, Things to Do] guide for more visiting tips. Especially more details about the weather conditions, what to wear, and things to do.

Weather Details: Depending on where you are from in the world, you’ll find the temperatures in Las Vegas in December to be more reminiscent of a fall or spring day.

Most visitors will find it pleasant to walk around in the day but will think it’s quite chilly at night-time for being outdoors. Five days of rain are expected this month, so keep this in mind when planning your vacation.

What to wear: Most visitors to Las Vegas in December will want to wrap up warm both in the day and at night. While you may have the odd days during your visit where you feel comfortable in a short-sleeved t-shirt, you’ll probably find a long-sleeved shirt to be the best option for a December trip. Add pants and jeans to your suitcase for both the day and night and a rain jacket in case of showers.

If you visit for Christmas and New Year, pay attention to the strict dress codes for restaurants and clubs. Many special events will enforce clothing guidelines, so you’ll want to be prepared for this ahead of time.

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