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Greaves - Answered a Question by montgomery (13 Oct 08 09:50)

Wish I could carry his case!!. I take a formal suite for formal night and ALSO a suit for semi-formal nights!!. You should be able to hire a suit on board but give them a ring and let them know your husbands measurements.

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Cooke - Answered a Question by montgomery (09 Oct 08 08:42)

Men!! Just pack the suit. My husband was VERY reluctant to wear a DJ before we cruised and now he wears it more than his loung suit. Tell him it's very sexy - see if that does the trick. It never did James Bond any harm.

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montgomery - replied to Cooke (26 Oct 08 18:07)

Lol. so funny, thanks everyone for your answers.as it turned out once onboard he totally embraced the whole thing, and ended up hiring a tux. he felt very James Bond in the dining room...and the casino. In fact he manged to win back the money it cost to hire the suit! it was a fantastic night, and oveall cruise. to anyone else in same boat, the tux hire is for the week so you can wear it both nights, $99 in total.with two shirts. thanks again everyone!

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liggan - replied to montgomery (12 Jun 09 12:01)

Sen your answer how do you go about hiring tux do you do it before you sail or can you do on board thought it would be a lot handier than bringing one with you thank you jim.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by montgomery (09 Oct 08 09:44)

Pack the suit for him. You will stick out like a sore thumb if you don't, and be banished from the dining room to eat in the self-serve cafe.....! Formal nights are great fun and we don't get enough opportunities to get dressed up these days. You can hire it on board, think it is about $99 but for that cost you can get one in Tesco or off eBay. RCI now do the tuxedo hire themselves - call them to ask.

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Green - replied to Aldrich (09 Oct 08 10:00)

I'm sure he will enjoy wearing the DJ, but a shirt and tie will suffice for formal nights without you being 'banished from the dining room' - thats what I'll be wearing on our VOS med cruise in a weeks time. The dress code is 'suggested', with only shorts etc being a def no-no.

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Marshall - Answered a Question by montgomery (09 Oct 08 13:22)

Get a new husband. Or try the flattery techniques suggested by previous reply. Tell him the thought of him in a suit makes you weak at the knees!

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to Marshall (09 Oct 08 16:51)

Or tell him he goes without unless he smartens up. I wouldn't let him spoil a second of my cruise! .Ida.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by montgomery (09 Oct 08 17:52)

Now that this poor soul is under so much pressure, can we have a photo of him in the left hand column, in his DJ on your return? Try Matalan also for a bargain DJ. Regards.

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