Originally Posted by johnthed0g
Don't see the problem, they either have formal nights, define what to wear & stick to it or just forget the whole thing. BUT if they are going to have any dress requirements onboard, they have to define it & not leave it to the judgement of a restaurant/bar/theatre/casino manager.
You are so right, the perfect example is what if going on with Blu right now. The Celebrity web site defines Blu as a Specialty restaurant for AQ passengers. In another portion of the site they state that all specialty restaurants are smart casual every night. People read these two items and do not bring formal clothes. They then are asked to dress formal in Blu on formal nights. They need to correct these inconsistencies.