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Old September 16th, 2013, 07:51 AM
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Cruise ship attire has become more casual and relaxed thru the years. I don't mind if anyone in the MDR is wearing a nice pair of jeans and is well put together.......what I dislike is the few slobs that are not put together very well with wrinkled, stained and dirty clothes, the I just rolled out of bed and did not even brush my hair look ...

I'm waiting for cruisers to come to the MDR with their pajamas on.... That just may be next....

Even on formal nights there was in the past more tuxedos and floor length gowns now it's also many pants, buttoned down shirt with or without tie and no jacket for the guys and the basic knee length office dress for the ladies.

Baggage fees are not helping the situation either and the cruiselines don't reinforce the dress code either. They may stop a cruiser from entering the MDR with a baseball cap on or a swimsuit but that is about it.
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