How can I jazz up my costumes for holiday performances?
Are you looking for some quick, easy, and affordable ways to jazz up your costumes for holiday concerts? We have several different options at Rivar’s that can help you do just that.
- With sugar and spice, some RED might look nice!
The combination of a white dress shirt and black pants is a classic look that is great for any occasion. But for holiday concerts, adding in some seasonal colors can be a fun and easy way to “spice” up your men’s outfits. Our men’s dress shirts come in a variety of colors, and we recommend red or burgundy for your holiday concerts. These in-stock items are usually available to ship the day after you place your order, so they’re festive and quick!
Men’s dress shirts are available online!
- Let it Snow Sparkle!
You can’t go wrong with a basic bowtie, but isn’t life (and performing) more fun with some sequins involved? Check out our in-stock Bem Bem Sequin bowties, which come in black, white, and red. Pair a red Bem Bem bowtie with a black or white shirt, or brighten up the stage with a red shirt paired with a black or white bowtie.
Purchase these in our online store!
- Deck the halls with quick-ship dresses… Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la!
Classic dresses call for classic fabrics and colors. We offer a selection of quick-ship concert dresses, which are available in a variety of colors and fabrics, including popular holiday colors like red, green, and blue. A quick-ship dress will ship from our warehouse approximately four weeks from the order date, which is faster than our 6-8 week production time for other manufactured dresses. Check out some of our popular styles in the pictures below.
The holidays should be a time of great music, fun performances, and holiday cheer. Let us help make your holiday concerts easier (and a little more colorful!) with our in-stock items and quick-ship dresses. Contact your account manager to place an order or take a look at our online store and place your order there. We wish you all the best in your holiday season. After all, who else besides performance groups gets to start their holiday season in October?