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Are nice jeans acceptable these days on the non formal nights?  Or is it slacks only?

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1 minute ago, DeRon said:

Are nice jeans acceptable these days on the non formal nights?  Or is it slacks only?

Yes nice jeans are fine.

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Not to worry...I've seen jeans on Formal Night. :classic_huh:

One old-timer wore jeans with suspenders and a white t-shirt. It was a long cruise and there were 3 formal nights.

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7 hours ago, DeRon said:

Are nice jeans acceptable these days on the non formal nights?  Or is it slacks only?

with a nice button down shirt and jacket?

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8 hours ago, DeRon said:

Are nice jeans acceptable these days on the non formal nights?  Or is it slacks only?

 

You'll be absolutely fine with nice jeans that fix well and a shirt with a collar ... even on formal nights.  

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On 2/9/2019 at 9:17 AM, DeRon said:

Are nice jeans acceptable these days on the non formal nights?  Or is it slacks only?

 

I have always worn jeans on non-formal nights and never had a problem.  I usually board the ship at embarkation in jeans or shorts.  In these parts of the US we all wear jeans all the time.  

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my 'special' things for 'formal' night in the mdr are a long sleeve collared shirt, untucked, black linen pants, and black echo sandals ...

 

smart casual = khaki linen pants and brown echo sandals

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4 minutes ago, DeRon said:

No I’m not wearing a jacket with jeans.  I’ve decided against jeans altogether. 

My husband might wear nice jeans to lunch, and maybe on the last night to dinner.  He wears a suit and tie on formal nights.  On smart casual nights, he wears slacks, or docker type pants, with a collared shirt.  I almost always wear a dress to dinner, so he doesn't feel comfortable wearing jeans if I am dressed up.  You will see a mix of people on the ship.

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4 hours ago, partybarbie said:

My husband might wear nice jeans to lunch, and maybe on the last night to dinner.  He wears a suit and tie on formal nights.  On smart casual nights, he wears slacks, or docker type pants, with a collared shirt.  I almost always wear a dress to dinner, so he doesn't feel comfortable wearing jeans if I am dressed up.  You will see a mix of people on the ship.

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On 2/9/2019 at 2:30 PM, c-boy said:

with a nice button down shirt and jacket?

 

If that’s your pleasure, then sure. 

Or if your pleasure is a polo shirt or a Hawaiian shirt, or.......

 

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11 hours ago, Ep010835 said:

 

If that’s your pleasure, then sure. 

Or if your pleasure is a polo shirt or a Hawaiian shirt, or.......

 

I actually believe there's no restriction on the jacket you tried to post even though it did appear to have a few tatters in it.

Princess is only concerned with pants & hats, not jackets. 😉

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On 2/9/2019 at 11:52 AM, floridalover5623 said:

Any jeans are OK, nice or otherwise as long as they don't have holes in them. 😉

 

With the style these days, I've seen many jeans with holes in them on ships as well.   I am in favor of comfort, but personally don't like the jeans with tears and holes.  Anything goes....

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15 hours ago, Ep010835 said:

 

If that’s your pleasure, then sure. 

Or if your pleasure is a polo shirt or a Hawaiian shirt, or.......

 

ur out in the middle of the Pacific right now. What have you seen?

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Personally I find jeans much too heavy on a Caribbean cruise, I prefer lightweight khakis or even nice shorts. I have no problem with jeans with holes that my mother would have thrown away. I just laugh that people have paid three to four times as much for them as I paid for intact Old Navy jeans.

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