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Old February 8th, 2011, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by dkjretired View Post
Now I'm going to confuse things even more. As of yesterday, Celebrity has removed the definition of formal dress that was previously on their web site. They used to define formal as a Tux, dinner Jacket or a suit. That has now been removed and I am curious what if anything this means. They still refer to formal but the defninitions are gone.

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I hope that the new web page is correct and that it really does mean that formal night is disappearing. However, if that is their intent, they really need to remove any reference to formal nights from that page.

I did check a few minutes ago, and RCCL has not changed their dress code description; still includes formal dress recommendations.

Maybe RCCL, Inc. is trying to move "X's" dress code closer to Oceania (and others), or just increase the differences between their two sister lines.

It will be interesting how this plays out. Hopefully, it just reduced my Infinity/Alaska packing requirements!
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