Fashion Faux Pas? How On Board Apparel Has Changed with the Times


In the early 1900s, when cruises were limited to wealthy passengers that were used to living lavishly, the evening attire of guests on board consisted of ball gowns, opulent jewelry and tuxedos. In the 1960s, cruising became more affordable for the middle class and while cruisers weren’t able to replicate the extravagances of the generation before them, the culture of dressing up after sunset remained for several decades.

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