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I performed Whit Haydn's 4 ring routine at a show put on by IBM Ring 122. On the advice of several of the folks I performed in a Hawaiian shirt (it was a hot day) rather than the shirt and coat that I had planned on wearing. I figured since many of them are experienced performers that I would take their advice. Everyone else wore the almost mandatory shirt and tie. Things went really well.

A friend who was at the show suggested that I go with a solid color, not necessarily dark, but solid, since the rings were almost lost at some points due to the print. What do you all think?
Marty Sasaki
Arlington, Massachusetts, USA

Standard disclaimer: I'm just a hobbyist who enjoys occasionally mystifying friends and family, so my opinions should be viewed with this in mind.
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I think your friend is spot on. And while you needn't go dark, I'd stay away from white or any other very light color.
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Agreed. A shirt with a busy pattern will loose things like linking rings from a short distance. In a way, a busy pattern shirt will act as unintentional camoflauge for props. Solid colors are better!

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Early 20th century bicycle costume: the rings symbolize the wheels (don't say it, it's implied)
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