It's rare to see many men of any age in jackets on Informal Nights these days. Smart trousers, shirt/tie & shoes is more the norm. Be aware though, on Formal Nights I have witnessed guys turned away from the Main Dining Room on Galaxy for not wearing a jacket, & directed towards alternative dining.
When are you sailing? On all sailings on or after August 1, 2008, the dress code will no longer include "informal" nights - There will be "smart casual" nights and "formal" nights only, on all sailings fleetwide. From my experience Celebrity DOES enforse the dress code and I have seen people being turned away from dining room for not having jacket/tie on formal night. Also you are expected to remain in formal dress for whole evening. It only costs a few £ to buy a suit in Tesco or Asda - if you can afford the cruise you can afford to buy this too? On Informal night jacket, or at least long sleeved shirt and tie are expected.
Thankyou both for your answers, they both have dinner jackets and dickie bows for formal nights, and they look gorgeous, however, by the time my daughter and I have packed all our outfits, there is not too much room left in the suitcase for the boys (shame) and on a fly cruise our luggage space is limited.
Hi! Couldn't help noticing you referred to 'The Suitcase'. You are allowed a suitcase each + hand luggage each if your flying. Happy Packing!