Marching and Concert Shoes (“DINKLES")
DON’T FORGET - All freshmen, students new to OCHS band, and any students who have outgrown their
Dinkles shoes from last year will need to bring $31 cash or check payable to "RRR Band Accessories” by Thursday (July 30th) of Band Camp. Students will need to provide their current shoe size (wide width included) or will be provided a disposable template to estimate a best “fit” as they are checking in. If a freshman is wearing a sibling's shoes from a previous year, please notify Charlie Christensen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If your student DOES NOT USE their shoes during the year and needs a larger size next year, exchanges for a new shoe size will be accepted. Shoes that have been used or returned in any condition unlike that received will NOT be accepted for exchange. If payment for shoes is not received by Thursday of band camp week, an extra $15 fee will be automatically applied.
 
Marching Uniforms and concert Attire
We are asking parents to do something we’ve never asked of you before. Due to social distancing
limitations, we are unable to physically measure your student during band camp week as has historically
been done. We are asking for your help and best effort to provide us with as accurate (as possible)
measurements so that we can fit your student with a band uniform – marching and concert. We will needup-to-date measurement for ALL STUDENTS to insure they have the appropriate sizing. Directions for how to obtain these measurements are included in e-mail attachments. Measurements for women and men are DIFFERENT, so please use the proper form. Please send a scanned copy of the completed form or directly e-mail all measurements for your student to Charlie Christensen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday, August 14th . Pricing for concert attire (full length gowns for women, tuxedo shirts for men) will be sent at a later date.

Click here for Women's Uniform Measurements Form 

Click here for Men's Uniform Measurements Form

Click here to watch a video on how to measure for uniforms

If you have any trouble with the two form links above, use the below.
 
WOMEN’S UNIFORM MEASUREMENTS
Thank you for your help in obtaining your students measurements this school year. We understand that this may be challenging for some families, but we only ask for your best effort. Please keep in mind that the more accurate the measurement, the best fit we can provide your student.
 
Using a soft sewing or tailor measuring tape, please follow the video instruction provided in the link or the directions below to obtain the following dimensions for your student. If you do not have access to a soft measuring tape, you could alternatively use a piece of string and measure against a yard stick or metal tape measure. If you are an upperclassman, in addition to providing current measurements, please try on last year’s gown with shoes (black flats or less than 1 inch heel) to verify fit and proper length.
 
NAME: ______________________________________________
 
BUST: __________________________ inches
 
WAIST: __________________________ inches
 
HIP: __________________________ inches
 
Head circumference (to the closest ¼-inch, rounding up if necessary): ______________inches
 
*Height measurement is not necessary for women sizing
 
 
How to measure her for her garments
Height: With Shoes on, Stand with your feet slightly apart and you back to a a wall.  The measurement from the top of the head to the floor is your height.
 
Bust Size:  Measure snugly (under arms) around the fullest part of bust.  Keep measuring tape parallel to the ground.
 
Waist Size:  Measure snugly around narrowest part of waist, usually the belly button area.
 
Hip Size: Measure snugly around the fullest part of the hips.
 
Visit our website www.formalfashionsinc.com to view measuring video.
 
Please send a scanned copy of the completed form or directly e-mail all measurements to Charlie Christensen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday, August 14th .
 
 
MEN’S UNIFORM MEASUREMENTS
Thank you for your help in obtaining your students measurements this school year.  We understand that this may be challenging for some families, but we only ask for your best effort.  Please keep in mind that the more accurate the measurement, the best fit we can provide your student.

Using a soft sewing or tailor measuring tape, please follow the video instruction provided in the link or the directions below to obtain the following dimensions for your student. If you do not have access to a soft measuring tape, you could alternatively use a piece of string and measure against a yard stick or metal tape measure.   If you are an upperclassman, in addition to providing current measurements, please try on last year’s tuxedo shirt to verify fit and condition. 
 
NAME:  ______________________________________________

NECK:  __________________________ inches

SLEEVE LENGTH: __________________________ inches

CHEST: __________________________ inches

WAIST: __________________________ inches

HEIGHT (with shoes): __________________________ inches

Head circumference (to the closest ¼-inch, rounding up if necessary): ______________inches

*Height measurement is not necessary for women sizing
 
How to measure him for his garments
Neck Size: Open Shirt collar and measure 2” above base of the neck.

Sleeve Length: With arm down at side, start tape measure at center of the back (at the neckbone).  Measure with tape over TOP of shoulder, and down to the end of cuff (at the wrist bone).

Chest Size: Place tape snugly around chest, higher under arms.  Be sure tape is well up on shoulder blade in back.

Waist Size: Medium snug measurements taken ABOVE waistband of trousers at natural waistline.

Full Height: With shoes on, measure top of head to floor.

Please send a scanned copy of the completed form or directly e-mail all measurements to Charlie Christensen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday, August 14th.