Mormon Tabernacle Choir Fashion: 1888-Now

by | Oct. 04, 2014



Mormon Tabernacle Choir Fashion, 1991

During their European tour in 1991, the Choir here wearing clothing similar in color and style to their performance at Disney (see above). Note, however, that the women wear a simple gold necklace to round out their look (see 1955 for additional discussion of the Choir's jewelry). 

Photo from MormonTabernacleChoir.org.


The Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings in picturesque Shepherds' Field near Bethlehem, in the West Bank, in 1992.

Here, the Choir poses outside of Bethlehem in interesting outfits for both the men and women: both wear blazers over white shirts, the women in black and the men in red, with black skirts for the women and black pants for the men. This attire is reminiscent of their parks performance in 1962.

Photo from Deseret News.


Mormon Tabernacle Choir Fashion, 1996

A flowing white robe and simple beaded necklace made up the women's wardrobe in 1996 (the first year that choir performances at conference were recorded). The men wear a simple tuxeudo with bow tie.

But our favorite thing about this picture is that the Choir is still referencing the hymnal as they sing together at conference!

Photo from lds.org
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