Wedding Attire - Caribbean Casual Chic
Our hope and desire in setting the themed dress code was two fold:
White, and Natural - ***no colors***, metals or bling. Only the wedding party will have slight theme color accents or accessories.Tops - (or one piece for ladies) - Natural fibers such as linen or cotton, in a white, natural (ie light cream or tan). Not only is this the dress code for the aesthetic, but also practical and comfortable for the destination. Please, no colors.Bottoms- In addition to white/natural colors that match or coordinate with the tops, pants and bottoms may be brown, tan, khaki.Jewelry - minimal to modest jewelry is fine; excessive bling will detract from the theme and relaxed vibe, so we ask you to please wear it and show it off ON ANY OTHER DAY during your cruise, just not during the wedding ceremony or wedding day events (ie reception).Accessories -mostly for the ladies, but applies to all: Please limit your shoes, purses, belts, etc to the basic colors of White, Natural/Cream/Tan, brown or black. No metallic colors. Also, your accessories should not be brighter than your jewelry... see Jewelry dress code, above.
- Provide a simple and elegent, yet comfortable, approach to set the tone for our celebration the way we want you to experience it.
- Allow you to use something nice you may already have, or allow you the opportunity to purchase something you'll enjoy using often in your travels and at home.
- In keeping with our Caribbean Casual Chic theme, the guiding rule for our dress code for wedding guests is:
Wedding Attire Example- Men
Wedding Attire Example - Women
See the Pinterest board here:https://www.pinterest.com/marckassouf/wedding-attire/ In the pin boards, we left the link to the original pages so you can find some website with examples of attire for purchase. ***Ladies, we are jealous at the many options available for island wear Caribbean Chic for you at amazingly affordable prices ***
Ship and Shore Wear
The dress for the cruise is generally "Resort Casual" during the day, and "Business Casual" during the evening and in the dining rooms on the ship. Shorts are generally acceptable during the day onboard, but in the evening long pants or nicer skirts/pantsuits and evening wear for ladies are the norm.... gone are the days of Tuxedos and evening gowns being required or common, BUT you can certainly dress up anytime you want.For shoreside, beach Resort wear (honestly anything you're comfortable wearing in public) is acceptable. Be sure to pack in LAYERS, as the ocean can get cooler especially in the evening. Pack a thin pullover or light jacket. Don't forget to pack swimwear, both for the ship and the ports.Click below for the cruise line's more detailed version and examples of what type of clothing to pack for the entire cruise:CELEBRITY CRUISES Dress Code