We have all had to change with the times. Due to Airlines imposing fees for checked baggage, we no longer take formal wear with us. It is shirts and slacks with dress shoes at the most. All black all the time. Daytimes is jeans or shorts and black tennis shoes.
However, I do wish they would prohibit cowboy hats and baseball hats on frontwards, backwards, or sideways.
Originally Posted by purpledevilduck
So I just got back from a 7 day cruise on the Carnival Liberty and I have a rant regarding the dining room.
I am one of those young guys who is still "Old School" when it comes to dining rooms on a cruise ship. I still like the assigned seating & dining time. I am also someone who treats the dinning room as a formal dining room, meaning I will not go into it for dinner wearing less than nice pants & a Blazer.
During the cruise they allowed some clothing that it was posted outside the dining room was not to be worn.
That being workout shorts and t-shirts that were not dining room appropriate. It really bugged me. If you want to wear stuff like that, you have other dining options. Just don't wear it in the dining room.