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The Company Store.com has the cutest pjs and nightshirts in nautical prints: fish, sailboats, crabs, flamingos, seagulls. They are made from a quality cotton poplin, with piping edges and feel crisp and comfy. Got 2 pairs of the short pjs because I like to be decently dressed when room service, etc, is coming in the room. They are sea-worthy!456a0009216e88361a342617b5eb77d3.jpg

 

 

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Posted this on the Royal site and was directed here. Just wanted to share that the company store.com has the cutest nautical-patterned pjs (fish, gulls, boats, crabs, flamingos). Just got 2 pairs of the short ones as I like to have nice pjs suitable for hanging out in the room and breakfasting on the balcony. Quality fabric and nicely finished, check them out.cd57b3ae84ce262d96dd3c7e8d64e9cc.jpg

 

 

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Pajamas??? We don't need no stinkin' Pajamas!

Cruise commando........:cool::cool::cool::cool:

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Jockey outlet has pj Capri bottoms with shells & tropical prints

 

 

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Could these be worn in the Main DinningRoom? :)

Yes, as long as they are cute or nice.

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Could these be worn in the Main DinningRoom? :)

 

Will you please explain to me why you would wear PJ's in the dining room? I am not being snarky, I just don't understand the reasoning behind wearing them there.

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Will you please explain to me why you would wear PJ's in the dining room? I am not being snarky, I just don't understand the reasoning behind wearing them there.

We once saw a young family in PJ's during the breakfast hours...they looked cozy/comfy/cute. Old people in their RCI robes not so much :D:D

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Will you please explain to me why you would wear PJ's in the dining room? I am not being snarky, I just don't understand the reasoning behind wearing them there.

 

If it's a sea day and you are relaxing all day. There are many weekend where I stay in my PJ's all day. But these are nice. These are button down with a collar. Was just asking ask. I would of corse be wearing shoes. Flip Flops/ open toed shoes are on the do not wear list. And slippers in the Main Dinning Room would look silly.;) both my posts are being sarcastic! Happy Sailing!!!!!

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Will you please explain to me why you would wear PJ's in the dining room? I am not being snarky, I just don't understand the reasoning behind wearing them there.

 

Why not?

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If it's a sea day and you are relaxing all day. There are many weekend where I stay in my PJ's all day. But these are nice. These are button down with a collar. Was just asking ask. I would of corse be wearing shoes. Flip Flops/ open toed shoes are on the do not wear list. And slippers in the Main Dinning Room would look silly.;) both my posts are being sarcastic! Happy Sailing!!!!!

 

 

I realized you were being sarcastic after I posted. Originally, I asked because I have seen people on the ship wearing pj's in the morning going for coffee etc. I really wanted to know why someone would walk around the ship in pj's. I also wonder about those who walk around in the morning with their bathrobes on. I have also seen pj's in the grocery store, which again, I don't understand.

 

I do stay in pj's at home, albeit not all day, but that's in my own place, not in public.

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I realized you were being sarcastic after I posted. Originally, I asked because I have seen people on the ship wearing pj's in the morning going for coffee etc. I really wanted to know why someone would walk around the ship in pj's. I also wonder about those who walk around in the morning with their bathrobes on. I have also seen pj's in the grocery store, which again, I don't understand.

 

I do stay in pj's at home, albeit not all day, but that's in my own place, not in public.

 

Clothes are clothes. What is the difference between running around in your bathing suit and running about in your underwear?

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clothes are clothes. What is the difference between running around in your bathing suit and running about in your underwear?

 

 

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Why did the quote turn the first "C" in the first sentence into a little "c"??? :confused:

 

The software does some funny thing. Most annoying is the addition of spaced between paragraphs.

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Will you please explain to me why you would wear PJ's in the dining room? I am not being snarky, I just don't understand the reasoning behind wearing them there.

 

I understand the PP’s comment was TIC, but the answer to your question is “probably for the same reason people wear PJ’s on planes.”

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I realized you were being sarcastic after I posted. Originally, I asked because I have seen people on the ship wearing pj's in the morning going for coffee etc. I really wanted to know why someone would walk around the ship in pj's. I also wonder about those who walk around in the morning with their bathrobes on. I have also seen pj's in the grocery store, which again, I don't understand.

 

I do stay in pj's at home, albeit not all day, but that's in my own place, not in public.

My husband and I went to the local diner for a Sunday breakfast and in walked a woman and I assume her adult( ish) son. They literally looked like they rolled out of bed! Bud light fuzzy pj pants baggy T shirt and messy hair...I never saw what the other was wearing because I choked when my husband asked where the trailer park was.

 

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The Company Store.com has the cutest pjs and nightshirts in nautical prints: fish, sailboats, crabs, flamingos, seagulls. They are made from a quality cotton poplin, with piping edges and feel crisp and comfy. Got 2 pairs of the short pjs because I like to be decently dressed when room service, etc, is coming in the room. They are sea-worthy!456a0009216e88361a342617b5eb77d3.jpg

 

 

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Well, I took a look and ended up

buying a pair. On sale but still kind

of expensive.

I usually just sleep in a t-shirt, undies

and footies. MY feet are always cold!

This time we are traveling with other

family, so need to be able to answer

the door and look decent.

Hope they come in time, as we leave

to go to Fl first before the cruise in

July.

Being shipped FedEx ground from

NJ to here in Va.

Have 3 more days before we leave.

As far as wearing PJ's out side of your

house is ridiculous!!

I don't spend money on cute clothes

and plan my wardrobe for a cruise to

then wear PJ's out in public.

The trend of teen girls wearing them

on planes is sad. They look awful and

It's too bad the airlines don't set some

basic rules for attire. During the winter

I think 1 AL did refuse to let some

Teen girls fly in leggings.

They looked fine! Had on long sweaters that covered their back sides. That was over kill.

We have a aft balcony on the Sunshine going down to Aruba and

2 other places. I will wear these out

On the balcony as it will be like shorts

& A shirt. Nothing personal to see.

I also saw a cut dog pattern one I

would have ordered if they had my

size in.

Thanks for posting as I never go to

that site.

Tropicqueen

 

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Pajamas??? We don't need no stinkin' Pajamas!

Cruise commando........:cool::cool::cool::cool:

 

I just about died when I read this.

Just last week on the Ruby Princess my husband tried to convince me that PJs are cause for getting kicked off the ship.

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