Thats why I love Cunard there is never any of this nonsense what to wear and what not. It's clearly stated in the pre voyage info.. Come on Mr Jones is this question a joke or did you want to see how many answers you could get ? .. I have to give it to you I think you've got the highest score I ever seen.. If you still want to wear your jeans then go with Mr Young of London and take a trip on NCL... paul :.
Casual is billed as smart casual, so no jeans.
On your own head be it to wear any sort of jeans in the dining room. I can hear them sharpening the daggers as I type.
No jeans in the dining room.People do make an effort to dress up even on casual nights.
Definitely no jeans even if they cost £100 sorr.
O'h no don't wear jeans, you can do this at home. Dress up smartly you won't regret it, after all you've probably looked forward to this hol for ages so make an effor.
Definitely not, but the shirt could be a tailored short sleeve shirt, but no t's.
I think it really depends on your definition of smart jeans some jeans cost £100 quid and look worn and faded. I have seen people wear very smart jeans on casual night and certainly your shirt would dress them up more together with smart casual shoes (not trainers however smart). It is nice to dress up but it is also nice to see the difference between casual, informal and formal nights - some people make the mistake of wearing the same type of clothing for all nights.
I would hope not!
Jeans in the casual restaurant - no problem, but would you wear jeans to a black tie dinner dance? Standards are dropping enough - let's keep some semblance of British Cruising Style Left - or go on the Ocean Village AKA Butlin.
Not if you wish to remain in the dining room on P&O. The jeans would have to be black and extremely well disguised but you are still unlikely to sucee.