Aldrich - Answered a Question by Whitell (06 Feb 08 13:52)

You will see American children in suits, ties and even tuxedos - they appear to dress up more and need this for School Proms - I would suggest shirt and tie, perhaps their school blazer or buy them their first suit..

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Munro - Answered a Question by Whitell (07 Feb 08 08:04)

I wouldn't get too hung up about formal nights. As long as they look smart (by that I mean no jeans, trainers etc) they will be fine. Trousers, shirt, maybe a jacket - no real need for a tie. If you have girls, then a nice dress will be fine. When we were on Liberty towards the end of last year, there was a real mix of tuxes, business suits and people who looked smart without being so formal. Some people dressed their children up too much in my opinion, they're people, not dolls.

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Whitell - Answered a Question by Whitell (07 Feb 08 12:50)

Thank you both for your replies.

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Joseph - Answered a Question by Whitell (21 Feb 08 15:04)

We sailed on Voyager last summer and my 13yrs old son wore a Tuxedo along with his very very proud father.

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