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Old 09-25-2007, 11:28 AM
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What does Royal Caribbean think smart casual is?
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Old 09-25-2007, 12:19 PM
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For men, slacks or dockers with a polo, button down or island print collared shirt. For women, slacks with a nice top, pant suits, sun dresses.
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Old 09-25-2007, 07:11 PM
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In my opinion there really is no difference between casual and smart casual. Everyone pretty much wears what they want except for the formal nights when everyone is really dressed up. As long as you are not wearing jeans or shorts you will most likely fit in on casual or smart casual. Don't stress over your outfits for those nights. I have seen everything on nights when it was not formal. Even when people do wear shorts no one asks them to leave. But you are on a cruise and that is a time to dress up and "go to dinner" so as was said before nice slacks and a polo shirt will be fine for either casual or smart casual, ladies can get away with almost any type of nice outfit with sandals or dressy flip flops. Don't stress over your outfits, I always take too much and end up with 2-3 outfits that were never worn to dinner!!!!
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I usually wear a sport jacket on a semi-formal night.

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What about the other places to eat at what type of clothes do you have to wear there. Like Portofino and Chops?
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In Chops or Portofino's I'd recommend smart casual.

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I agree with Sonny, for Chops or Portofino's I would dress up a little more!
 
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