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middleton - Answered a Question by lawes (23 Aug 08 11:38)

You can never be overdressed on the QE2 take your ball gowns,and finery i am sure that you will have a absolute ball.

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Burt - Answered a Question by lawes (26 Aug 08 13:09)

You won;t be out of place, but just as an aside, I found the quality of evening wear to be disappointing on a recent QE2 cruise (Fire & Ice). Sadly, the worst culprits seemed to be women in their 50s many of whom thought that through a shawl over a standard blouse somehow made it "black tie". Also, Cunard goes on about dress code being strictly enforced. I saw a number of people on a number of nights wearing casual dress and not being challenged. For me, the dressing up in the evenings is a big part of a cruise (makes it feel special and different to a hotel holiday), so I was disappointed. But hey, dress up in your finest... as the previous answer says - you will have a fab time.

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davis - Answered a Question by lawes (08 Sep 08 19:24)

Look at the website www.aroundtheworldin80dresses.co.uk. She was on this year's world cruise on the QE2 and the site is very informative.

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Ward - Answered a Question by lawes (09 Sep 08 19:07)

As a gentleman I love to see the ladies all dressed up they add sparkle to the formal evenings.

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