Tuxedos.. no way

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  1. Jdubbs

    Jdubbs what do you expect from a brooklyn guy??

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    I saw a recent thread about guys wearing tuxes to dinner.But I will be on Disney cruise!! I figured to pack 2 pairs of slacks, 2 nice shirts and a jacket. I should be okay right??
     
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  3. inkkognito

    inkkognito <font color=green>I shall call him Mini-Me<br><fon

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    Yes, that should be fine. The tuxedos are usually in the minority.
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    My DH and DS 14, will be wearing suits for formal night on our 7 night Magic, next month. Last Jan, on the 4 night Wonder, there was no formal night.
     
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    Personally I think the Tuxedo is a LOT of hype for not much! Yes they can look nice, yes they say you are dressed up but I dont think they are necessary on a cruise. A wedding?Yeah but dinner on a cruise ship? I think too many people make too big of a deal out of it. Hubby and I have been on several cruises (I think over 15 now) and not once has he worn a tux nor has he ever felt out of place because of it!

    Go have a good time!
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  6. kcashner

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    There's absolutely no need for a tux. On younger gentlemen....they look great in a suit, but if it makes your teen feel like a geek, they can also get by with dockers and a polo shirt. You are on vacation, after all.

    Formal night will feature everything to a few tux, an occasional military uniform, many suits, some sports coats, some shirt and tie. A coat of some sort is suggested for Palo....
     
  7. inkkognito

    inkkognito <font color=green>I shall call him Mini-Me<br><fon

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    Don't forget the kilts! I've seen those on formal night, too.
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  8. steverog

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    Yeah but they look the best. But only for little guys.

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  9. jgalecpa

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    On the Xmas cruise, they were definitely the norm.

    Having said that, your outfit layout seems fine.

    The one advantage of the tux/super dress up night is it does make for some spectacular family photos.

    Just look at Thomas!


    Jim
     
  10. MO Disney cruiser

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    jdubbs, you definitely won't be the only one w/o a tux. Look for us on our 5/22 cruise. Neither DH or DF will have a tux. You couldn't catch my dad in a tux any way shape or form.
     

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