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Put simply....the words jeans and cruise should only be used in the same sentence when speaking about Alaska or similar climate.

Otherwise, it would appear to be a failed fashion statement in the Main Dining Room or almost any other venue on a cruise ship.
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I would just hate for my fashion statement to somehow cramp the style of my eating statement.
If I would somehow manage to achieve a failed eating statement, THAT would be a situation worthy of some note.
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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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The only time I recall wearing jeans in the MDR was on the very first day, waiting on luggage and I had "good" jeans on with a nice top, didn't see anything wrong with that. Many others were dressed the same...I never did see what the big deal was with wearing jeans on a casual evening....

I do believe that the luggage fees/restrictions have a lot to do with people dressing up...My luggage is usually right to the limit and I like to have a little wiggle room for bringing things back home.
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To be brief, luggage is a hassle. I (as the big strong male) have to do the lugging, from the airport, to the hotel, to and from the airport, to the hotel to the taxi/shuttle/rental car (and then the reverse after the cruise) even though VERY little of the luggage weight is actually mine -and this is taking into account that the Mrs. hates to dress up more than I do-.

I bring one pair of black denim, and it has to work in the MDR for EVERY night.

We tend to avoid the fancier lines like Celebrity and Princess because of the (somewhat) still-in-force dress codes.
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what about hats in dining room?

(wish you could past pictures here!). My son has a new fedora that he loves. He picked out especially to match his 3 piece suit.

He is 6. Will he give someone a heart attack if he wears his hat IN the MDR.? I told him he could wear it to the MDR but not in the MDR. In his eyes, his hat is fancy, so he cant understand why he can't wear a fancy hat with his fancy suit on fancy night. He'd be well dressed for the prohibition party on Oasis, if he were not too young to attend.
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It's mostly baseball caps that are a no go in the MDR. Your son will be fine with a Fedora. A suit and fedora on a six year old.....awww he will look so cute.

A few years ago I wore a Fedora with a dressier dress in the MDR and was not an issue with both cruisers or crew.

A fedora and a suit for the guys or a fedora and the right outfit for the ladies can be sharp looking. A fedora with a tshirt, sneakers and ripped jeans not so sharp looking for the MDR but out in the streets it can be.

Fedora with Formal attire......Sharp!



A casual look.....


This little boy is rocking the Fedora look....too cute!


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okay thanks. And if anyone gives us a hard time, we'll tell them the outfit has been endorsed by the Cruise Queen herself!
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QoO> I think the correct terminology is "Royal Assent". And aren't you a "Queen" yourself???

(FYI: Im impressed: You will NEVER EVER get my son in a 3 piece suit)
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lol, yes One Queen to another ....must be why I like Cruise Queen so much!



As for my son, he's my little Alex P. Keaton. He has two full suits - one for each formal night and many coordinating shirts/ties. If they took away formal nights he we would be very disappointed. At 6, he is very respectful of the dress code (which he delineates between fancy nights and casual nights). When getting dressed for dinner, (even at home) he will enquire about the dress code for the night and then pick out an appropriate outfit to wear. I once suggested that he pack only one suit, and wear the same thing for both formal nights .... that did not go over well. He likes to dress up - he is the Prince of Oakville, afterall
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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 about says it all...dumbing down standards to accommodate those who simply insist on doing what they want instead of following standards.

It's yet another example of a few spoiling the experience for the masses.
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I don't think "the masses" prefer to dress up anymore, or they wouldn't be constantly lowering the dress code...

I know some still like to dress formally, but myself, as well as all my friends and relatives, find it extremely annoying (waste of valuable time) to have to follow a strict dress code.

Its a vacation, not a fashion show.
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I'm a dress up/Fashion show type cruiser... I always take the 1st night dinner outfit in my carry on just in case I don't get the luggage in time for dinner to chance. Can't go to dinner with my Embarkation outfit on...

However I do understand the cruisers that might dress up for work each day and want to go on vacation with a more relaxed setting.

Also it may be easier packing for a solo or couple however for a larger family (parents and multiple kids) those suitcases fill up very fast just with formal wear alone.

I saw pictures online of a pajama night on a cruiseship....not sure if it's Royal, NCL or another line......I wonder if that night pajamas are allowed in the dining room or pajama night starts after dinner....

Ship2Shore has got it right the masses are lowering the dress code in the cruising world.

Queen your little guy will look so adorable....enjoy!!
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Just wondering.... were these guys welcome in the Main Dining Room???


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I don't think "the masses" prefer to dress up anymore, or they wouldn't be constantly lowering the dress code...

I know some still like to dress formally, but myself, as well as all my friends and relatives, find it extremely annoying (waste of valuable time) to have to follow a strict dress code.

Its a vacation, not a fashion show.
In contrast - I suspect most folks wouldn't consider wearing something less casual than jeans would be "dressing up".

Agree it's a vacation, but to ask people to dress above beachwear or their car-washing clothes in the main dining room would appear to be quite reasonable.
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I'm a dress up/Fashion show type cruiser... I always take the 1st night dinner outfit in my carry on just in case I don't get the luggage in time for dinner to chance. Can't go to dinner with my Embarkation outfit on...

However I do understand the cruisers that might dress up for work each day and want to go on vacation with a more relaxed setting.

* * * *
Ship2Shore has got it right the masses are lowering the dress code in the cruising world.
Certainly agree with those observations.

A formal dress code has likely passed it's time in terms of the mass market of cruisers, however, the extremes of informal dress seen in recent times also lowers these standards to the least common denominator.

It reminds me of the term "common sense" - which has also been socially neutered in the same manner.
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In contrast - I suspect most folks wouldn't consider wearing something less casual than jeans would be "dressing up".
Agree it's a vacation, but to ask people to dress above beachwear or their car-washing clothes in the main dining room would appear to be quite reasonable.
In actuality, the topic of this thread is 'Jeans in the MDR' and whether they are appropriate. The "Larry the Cable Guys" just manage to look like idiots.... but hey, if it doesn't bother them, then it doesn't bother me. Its comic relief.

The cruise ship is oft-compared to a "floating resort". Might I propose that resort-wear (in all its varied incarnations), not tuxedos or dinner jackets, be considered the new norm? Every night be designated "smart casual" in the MDR? That way, if pax WANT to dress up, by all means do. Just don't look down on those who do not. Why impose it on everyone?
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For the record, I wore black jeans and a button-down collar shirt to change the oil in my lawn mower yesterday.
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I think part of it might have to do with people having more casual workplaces.

If one only buys casual clothes for work, one may not want to invest in a new wardrobe for cruising. Years ago, workplaces were dressier, so people already had these clothes in their wardrobe.

My DH started his career in a "suit" environment. He now works in a business casual environment. So he is happy to dust off his suits and wear them on a cruise. But if those suits no longer fit him, he would probably not want to invest in new suits just for cruising.

We love to dress up - for us - pretty much every night is formal night or close to it. But I definitely see both sides.
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My brother is the CEO/Owner of a 60 person tech company that deals with the likes of Microsoft, Apple, Google etc.
He never wears a tie or jacket, but his clothing costs more than a high-quality suit. Most cruisers would consider him under-dressed for formal night.
His big show-off? He drives the BMW where the hard-shell roof retracts into the trunk.

On my last cruise on Carnival, the ship was FILLED with people well-qualified to fix the ships cable tv system, if you get my drift.
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In actuality, the topic of this thread is 'Jeans in the MDR' and whether they are appropriate.
This seems to be where things are headed these days in the Main Dining Room...

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Does this couple have 1st seating, 2nd seating or my time
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Just wondering.... were these guys welcome in the Main Dining Room???


The guy in the front next to the sign with the red shirt I'll allow into Windjammer. Everyone else can remain poolside NO MDR or Winderjammer for them...
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I just picture the poor waiters pulling straws for who gets stuck with "skid mark removal"...

(The guy in the red shirt is Guy Fieri, wondering why nobody's at his burger joint)
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Does this couple have 1st seating, 2nd seating or my time
Hopefully at the Captain's table.

Then watch the dresscode enforcement really get traction.
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lol ....CruiseQueen, now there is a business idea for you!

Make up some KEEP CALM signs and sell them on board.

KEEP CALM AND FOLLOW THE DRESSCODE
KEEP CALM AND DON'T BE A CHAIR HOG
KEEP CALM AND JOIN CRUISEMATES.COM

Magnetize them so we can put them on our cabin doors
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I'd buy a couple of those magnetic signs for our door...
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