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Old November 2nd, 2010, 06:41 PM
anniegb anniegb is offline
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Originally Posted by LisaK View Post
until the day comes that the cruise lines either enforce their dress codes or eliminate them all together this topic will live on for eternity. For me personally i LOVE to get all glammed up, and i love to people watch my fellow passengers and their formal wear. If you want to get all glammed up go for it, but if you don't want to thats ok too, just please don't show up for formal nights in the main dining rooms in your casual daywear, is that too much to ask?
Lisa, what a refreshing moderate approach - I love it. BTW, I rarely dine in MDR - too noisy and service is too slow for me esp at large tables.

What irritates me is that some posters are 'pushing' for making 'formal' dress compulsory for all areas of the vessel on 'formal' nights and their comments that cruisers who elect to dress informally are rude! What happened to live and let live?

As far as I am aware, dress codes are recommendations and not compulsory and anyone purchasing a cruise does not enter into a contractual obligation to dress 'formally'.

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