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Old 03-07-2004, 04:15 PM
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is it tacky to wear the same thing on both formal nights? Also will slacks and a nice shirt be ok for hubby on informal nights?
-carnival conquest 4/4/04 - anyone else going?
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is it tacky to wear the same thing on both formal nights? Also will slacks and a nice shirt be ok for hubby on informal nights?
-carnival conquest 4/4/04 - anyone else going?
thanks Jen.
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Old 03-07-2004, 07:53 PM
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The cruise is meant for you to enjoy! Certainly you can wear the same formal wear both nights (Men tend to do it as a rule, so if a woman chooses to do the same - it is totally acceptable). As for slacks and nice pants on informal night - It is certainly OK, but there will be many men in suits or at least sport jackets and ties, so it is a matter of comfort level.
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Old 03-08-2004, 01:35 PM
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Thank you Nancy for the response, I could'nt really see the point of packing 2 sets of formal wear for each of us there will be four of us including our 2 teenage daughters ( thats alot of formal clothes
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I don't think I would go to dinner on formal night without a tie and jacket. I have seen people turned away without a coat and tie. I also have seen the matre'd have ties for you to borrow.But it is best to dress accordingly.Its only 2 nights and I think you will feel very out of place if you don't put a tie and jacket at least on hubby.Carnival is very relaxed but still proper dress is required.
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Old 03-08-2004, 03:59 PM
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Jenben, don't be afraid to wear the same outfit on both formal nights! Believe me, no one will notice. On our last cruise (2/7/04 Golden Princess), more men wore business suites than tuxes. Quite a few men wore slacks and a sports jacket (with tie). Women tended to dress up in fancy clothing (long skirts and dresses). Have a great time!
 
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