Have an upcoming cruise? Not sure what to pack and what to leave at home? Here’s an overview on what I packed for our recent 7-night Caribbean cruise.
When I was searching for outfit ideas and suggestions, I came across a guide that explains you should plan for 2 formal nights, 1 semi-formal night, and 4 casual nights. On our cruise we ended up having 2 formal nights, 1 Caribbean casual night, and the rest were casual.
I found the main dining room to be extremely relaxed with what they allowed cruisers to wear. So don’t stress out too much when putting together outfits. Also, try to reuse clothes–as long as they aren’t dirty or stinky.
Sunday: Drive down and leave port, casual dining
Day: Comfy romper (from Sideline Sass Boutique) with sandals
Night: Navy cold shoulder dress (from Old Navy) with sandals
Monday: Sailing, formal dining
Day: Purple tee (from Old Navy) and denim shorts (Hudson brand) with sandals
Night: Black off shoulder dress (from Nordstrom) with heels
Tuesday: Sailing, casual dining
Day: Athletic clothes with Chacos
Night: 3/4 sleeve shift dress (from Old Navy) with sandals
Wednesday: Roatán, Honduras, Caribbean casual dining
Day: Swim suit under tank top and Nike shorts with Chacos
Night: Black and brown striped dress (from Altar’d State) with sandals
Thursday: Belize City, Belize, formal dining
Day: Nike shorts and striped frocket (from Old Navy) with Nike shoes
Night: Pink shift dress (from Nordstrom) with sandals
Friday: Cozumel, Mexico, casual dining
Day: Denim shorts (Hudson brand) and tank top (from Old Navy) with sandals
Night: Diamond dress (from Charming Charlie) with sandals
Saturday: Sailing, casual dining
Day: Athletic clothes
Night: Scalloped floral dress (from Hazel & Olive Boutique) with brown chunky heels
Sunday: Arrive in port, drive home
Drive home: Cozy tee (from Old Navy) with Nike shorts and sandals
Enjoy your vacation!! Be on the lookout for my upcoming blog post over what we did on the cruise ship and in the ports.