We are re-sending this information as a reminder to singers to please complete the order form below indicating your choice for the informal wardrobe "bottom" piece. Your answer is due today (Friday, May 20.)
This is one of those moments when we ask you to act quickly and accurately. Thank you for reading the important information below and responding with your wardrobe choice by this Friday, May 20, by noon.
Our "sharp informal" tour wardrobe will be worn for less formal performances and appearances during our week in Scotland. The top will be a tour polo which you will hear more about next week. The bottom is your choice from the options below. We will match on top and be smartly coordinated on the bottom--everyone will look great and most importantly, be comfortable with their choice.
One piece--either the skirt or trousers--is included in the tour fee and is required for singers only. If additional pieces are desired (in any combination from the options below), they may be purchased at your expense. (Some singers may want the option of either skirt or trousers depending on the weather, etc., and so may want to purchase an additional piece. This is optional and again, at your expense.)
How to Order
- Study the options sourced from Old Navy and linked below.
- Review the size charts, measure your singer and choose the best fit for the piece you desire. (The Harper Trouser is available at the Junction Road location if it's your choice and you wish to try it on before ordering.)
- Record your choice on the order form linked below by noon on Friday, May 20.
- If you wish to order more than one piece, please complete a form for each piece you are ordering. We will collect payment for your additional items when you pick them up. Alternatively, if the extra item you desire is in the store, feel free to purchase on your own. (Just make sure it is one of the four options below and not an alternative style or color.)
Please note: the links below go to the general item and not necessarily to the color noted. Each image below is labeled correctly with Old Navy's item description.