Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by the_bUg, Jul 29, 2013.
My philosophy too! Although Im probably a little too concerned with fashion sometimes.
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You are a more daring man than I - I just can't envision myself being able to pull off a tophat and tails.
Putting on my tuxedo and pretending for an evening that "I'm Bond, James Bond" is about as far as I'm willing to take it - although I do keep trying to find a reason to purchase a dinner jacket...
I'm a Steampunk Artist in my downtime. Victorian is just what we do.
Ooo nice! I'll bet your pirate gear rocks!
I totally get it (being a part time mermaid.) Dressing up is a big part of the fun. A guy at work was like "why?" And I'm like dude. "Why not? And I can swim so much better..."
No matter what your look, most important is to commit to it 200%!! If not, people can tell..if you rock it, it just about always works. (Anyone seen the chainmail dress photo worn to the MDR that has circulated around cruise critic? Yikes! )
Ooo! I would love to get my husband into a Kilt. Must book cruise!
Not sure if this falls into your 'cheap suit' category, but I got a designer tux for under $150 at Macys. They've got some awesome sales. As a younger guy, a white shirt and a black tie and bam, red carpet ready.
I have no need for a tux, but heck, its pretty awesome having one and finding and excuse to bust it out.
You could roll in all Ashton Kutcher like with un-linked french cuffs, dirty hair old sneakers and no jacket.
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