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Performance Attire Style Guide

The RMR brand is being rolled out, and branding affects every thing we do that a concert goer can see, feel, and hear.  Our wardrobe is a big part of that!  Our key brand "mood words" are:

  • High Quality
  • Eclectic
  • Energetic
  • Fun
  • Inspiring

RMR performance attire will reflect these ideas and images.
Selections will be approved by wardrobe committee two weeks prior to concert. Plan on ringing in your attire to make sure it works with the bells.
If you have financial concerns, please speak with Julie and we will work with you.
Choose something that is flattering for you (eclectic), makes you feel good (inspiring, energetic), looks amazing (high quality, fun), and will be similar, or coordinate with other members by selecting one bright red accessory.
We have been collecting examples of items that fit the guidelines (and items that don't) on our pinterest board: CLICK HERE

  • True, bright black foundation garments
  • Black or red shoes
  • Red, black, white accessory (primarily red)
  • Black gloves, optional

Guidelines to help you make your decisions:

  • Dress, dress blouse and dress pants/skirt. Match the quality/image of a tux. 
  • Sleeves - elbow length, or longer, shoulders covered, ringing friendly
  • Modest neckline - We want to see your accessory
  • Bottom length for skirt or dress – knee length or longer
  • Cocktail attire, dressy.  Think fancy cocktail evening wear.
  • Fabrics – mostly opaque, may combine textures, weaves, dot, flock, lace, black glitter knit etc.
  • Age and figure appropriate – feel comfortable
  • Washable


  • Dull black color, cotton jersey knit (t-shirt), not “washed out” black
  • Denim, chino, twill
  • Leggings skinny jeans, athletic/yoga
  • Very tight fitting – don’t be distracting, audience doesn’t want to see it
  • Dress casual
  • No more thinking, “We’re behind the table, if it doesn’t show is doesn't matter.”


  • Black tux
  • White shirt, wing collar
  • Black vest
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