There' not much to do at night in Shiraz (or in Iran in general) in terms of nightlife, and for me it's part of the charm of the country, as I'm not really a party animal. I ended up visiting the Bazar-e Vakil more for the atmosphere than for the shopping.
Lit up at night it's quite a magical place to be - and there are plenty of hidden corners to explore... teahouses, caravanserrails and hammams.
Dress Code: othing different from what you would wear in the day... according to the islamic dress code.
Yeah, sure everybody knows we don't have discoes or else here. Night life is moving around in a car finding the most crowded fast food restaurant, having some food while watching people, getting on the car again, going to a coffee-shop, and then a walk, mainly on Chamran street...
Dress Code: Nothing that different from other places.