We always take DH's tux and I take dress ups. I just feel there is too much of a me me world these days. As cruises have gotten more affordable there are more people sailing who have no idea what dress up really means.
We will continue to take our "dress up" clothes as it suits us.
Jeans in the dining room are unsightly and I don't care how much you paid for them. A dressy top doesn't change the fact you're wearing jeans.
I wish the cruiselines wouldn't be so cowardly about enforcing their own rules. It's gratuities of course. If they enforce their rules people will get mad and thereby reduce gratuities accordingly.
More than 300 days at sea so far with many more to come. (Actually more - one of these days I'll count them properly.)
January 12/13 - Celebrity Reflection
41 cruises - too many to list however cruiselines are in no particular order:
and some unknown tub
Yes, I'm a Royal Chump and proud of it.