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Do you wear your toga to dinner?


ajcruise

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Well, I've got my toga made and I'm almost packed for our 1/8 Meditteranea cruise. As I was counting how many evening outfits I had packed, I wondered if people wore their togas to dinner the night of the party? Or, do they first put them on after dinner. I have late seating...I'd prefer to put my toga on pre-dinner and drinks!;)

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We always put our togas on BEFORE dinner... just way too much fun, watching all the togas in the dining room, the casino, bars, etc...

 

Just be careful what to wear underneath, especially when you go on deck outside and it's windy... LOL LOL LOL ;-)

 

Do it like the Romans do... ;-)

 

Have fun and Happy Cruising!

 

Andy

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Hi ajcruise,

 

We had late seating and wore our togas to dinner. We used the sheets provided and brought some accessories with us, bracelets, belts, etc. It was a little tough keeping the sheets in the right places, but we brought some safety pins just in case.:) To be sure to get to the amateur show on time after dinner, it would be better to be in your toga already.

 

Happy Cruising:)

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:eek: OOooooo, didn't think about the party being out on deck. That's a good point, better bring more safety pins along!

 

I'm glad to hear that others wear the togas to dinner. Didn't want to be the only one!;)

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Absoultley wear your toga to dinner, People were giving me and my brother-in-law a standing ovation for our toga. It was a little spiced up. :D

 

Have you posted any photos of your togas? Any toga photos for ideas would be appreciated. What kind of accessories? We'd also like to get our kids (ages 5 & 7) into the theme if possible too!

Thanks for any help :cool:

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Andy, or should I say Ceasar...that is one authentic looking toga. My wife went all out as well. Before the cruise she went to the seamstress to have hers done.....I tell you she had me call her Cleopatra for the entire week. My wife it takes so little to make her so happy!

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You guys look great in your Togas, it sounds like a blast, thanks for sharing! :D From what you saw, did kids get into the Toga attire as well?

Another question: Are there other them nights on the Costa Caribbean cruises - I've seen posts about Italian night (red, green & white), etc... Gotta go prepared! :o

Thanks for your info!

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we are going on our first Costa cruise in a couple of weeks, my question, does most everyone were the toga on the last night, because there is no way my husband will wear one, will we be outcasts, been kind of worried about that. Thanks

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Nah! It was about 50 to 75% on our sailing that that wore one. It's fine one way or the other. Our whole family wore ours to dinner, but DD changed out of hers afterward, because she was in the kids talent show. It's fine either way. You'll have a great time.

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