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We are doing the Med  cruise, both segments on NS in Oct. On casual nites, can I wear my leggings? I wear them with tunics. I'm always freezing in main dining room & these are heavier, thus keeping me warm. Thanks.

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"tunics or long tops" - that's the idea!  Works well, maybe take a pashmina, too?

Edited by SilvertoGold

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Sure.  Anything goes on non-gala nights--except for shorts for men and swimwear.

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Nice leggings with the right top could even be worn on gala night.  I am the queen of golden shoes and the glittery pashmina.  They do wonders for even the simplest of outfits.  

Edited by Mary229

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I'm doing smart cruise casual. Gala is one notch above but I bet I'll be wearing an open cardigan. Last year I froze on the Eurodam most nights & grabbed my fleece to wear to dinner. 

 

Cold blooded former WI resident.

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It's always very cold in the dinning room and the main rooms of the ship. Leggings with a tunic sounds just about right to me.

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Leggings with the right top and accessories would be perfect.  I get cold also so I always carry or wear my black sweater that is somewhat formal, sometimes even a scarf.

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29 minutes ago, kevingastreich said:

Are leggings pants?

Well, they are often worn as pants.  They are, basically, tights without feet in them.

 

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22 hours ago, Shmoo here said:

Well, they are often worn as pants.  They are, basically, tights without feet in them.

 

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Now I see why a tunic is in order.

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If you wear leggings, in your  'at home' life, sure. wear  them on the ship.      I'd probably avoid the denim, look like jeans ones and wear a solid black leggings to MDR on   gala  night, if I were to wear them at all.  

 

 

 

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Wear a greet pair of heels andt hat will dress  you   up    some   as shown in the above photos.   🙂

 

 

 

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I wear the leggings/tunic outfits to church, so pretty sure the MDR is OK......

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I have a simple rule for wearing leggings because of my age and weight:  I always wear a nice top that covers my butt. It never looks good when you see leggings with a short top and people see the seams about to burst. 😸😁

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On 5/28/2019 at 9:37 AM, WFBgal said:

We are doing the Med  cruise, both segments on NS in Oct. On casual nites, can I wear my leggings? I wear them with tunics. I'm always freezing in main dining room & these are heavier, thus keeping me warm. Thanks.

I bring leggings for warmth.  I have black ones that I often wear under a dress because the A/C is too cold for me.  I would think that if the tunic is long enough to technically be a dress (for some people), then I'd say definitely!

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1 hour ago, dot73 said:

I have a simple rule for wearing leggings because of my age and weight:  I always wear a nice top that covers my butt. It never looks good when you see leggings with a short top and people see the seams about to burst. 😸😁

+ 1     I agree about covering the  'butrt....      UNless you resemble   an internaional runway model,  covering rear

 

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I'm 5'11" & I wear the Starfish leggings from Lands End. I was so cold last May on the Eurodam especially during Happy Hour. AC had to have been set at 68 or colder. Tired of freezing so leggings it is (with appropriate tunics) & a cozy long sweater if needed!

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(Love my Starfish leggings, too.)

 

Edited by oceanmom

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I don't see a problem with leggings in the MDR if the woman has the legs for them. They are so popular and I wish I could wear them, but I don't have the figure for them. I would say that most women who wear them don't have the figure for them either.

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1 hour ago, Djptcp said:

I don't see a problem with leggings in the MDR if the woman has the legs for them. They are so popular and I wish I could wear them, but I don't have the figure for them. I would say that most women who wear them don't have the figure for them either.

If leggings are worn with a nice tunic (not a short t-shirt) then they are just fine for any lady of any size.  I think women of size are entitled to wear whatever they enjoy.

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3 minutes ago, Lady Arwen said:

If leggings are worn with a nice tunic (not a short t-shirt) then they are just fine for any lady of any size.  I think women of size are entitled to wear whatever they enjoy.

 

Yes, I agree. I am a UK 16/18 and my usual outfit will be leggings and tunic. Everything that needs to be is covered.

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On 6/1/2019 at 6:27 AM, Krazy Kruizers said:

There is no rule that you can't use them on smart casual and Gala nights.

That means,  Every Night   🙂

 

 

 

 

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Sure, why not? I wear mine all the time after a good bit of leg shaving

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