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mah May 29th, 2002 09:06 PM

Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
We are booked on the Nordic Empress to Bermuda in June. What can I expect to see in the dinning room for dress code on "smart casual" nights? Do people dress more casually on the Bermuda cruises or is it the same as any other. Any information will be a great help.

hcappa May 30th, 2002 10:53 AM

Re: Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
My understanding is "smart casual" means a jacket & tie for men. We are also on the Nordic Empress to Bermuda in June & this is the dress code I'm going to use for me & my 2 sons.

Have a great cruise! I know we will!

Adventure of the Seas May 30th, 2002 01:29 PM

Re: Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
I think smart casual means anything other than cutoffs or clothing like that. On the Radiance in March smart casual was more on the casual than the smart side.(Although I don't really know how smart should look. (:) People looked very nice, but also very comfortable. Some wore shorts, some skirts, slacks.....I didn't see a lot of men in ties and sportcoats on those nights........ Mistly slacks and nice shirts, lots of polo type..... Hope that helps.

annette May 30th, 2002 04:51 PM

Re: Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
We were on the Explorer of the Seas in April,"smart casual"usually was men wearing slacks and a collared shirt. We did not see anyone wearing shorts.Ladies wore a capri outfit or a simple sun dress. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jean May 31st, 2002 10:55 AM

Re: Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
I found copies of the Cruise Planners for the Explorer on one of these boards and it describes "smart casual" as polo shirts and slacks. Hope this helps!!

tinker June 4th, 2002 11:14 AM

Re: Help! "smart casual" dress code
 
I believe that Smart casual is one step down from Semi formal. That is what it is replacing


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