To Adam Francis:
Sir, you are misinformed.
Quoting directly from the information sent by Celebrity before our last cruise with them in April:
On Casual Nights, choose from the following:
--Pantsuit or sporty outfit for women
--Sport shirt and slacks for men
On Informal Nights, the following is proper wear:
--Dress or pants outfit for women
--Jacket, shirt and tie for men
On Formal Nights, you'll want to be seen in:
--Cocktail dresses or long gowns
--Dinner jackets and dark suits
You say you follow the dress code. Well pal, that's the Celebrity dress code. It doesn't seem to me that anybody's made a fool of himself or herself except you.
Believe it or not, we can read--we can even read through all the misspellings and poor grammar and usage in your posts. And you're still wrong.
I believe in following the dress code too. In fact I've strongly advocated it on these boards. But I know what the dress code says, and I'm not about to let you confuse future cruisers with your inaccurate opinions about what proper dress aboard Celebrity is or should be.
By the way, you may not know this, but in SOME circles of society, now mostly gone, the term "formal" means white tie and tails while "semi-formal" is used when a tuxedo is appropriate. However, Celebrity classifies things as shown above, and that's fine.
Repeating your inaccurate beliefs again and again will not make them correct.