Dress Code

 

All students in the studio are expected to follow the dress code. The dress code will be discussed in greater detail at the first class. The dress code for each class may vary depending on the style of dance, so please review the following carefully. Also, all dress codes require the hair be up away from the face, no jewelry is to be worn, and class appropriate dance shoes and attire must be worn to participate in class.

  • Appropriate dance shoes are required for all dance classes. Dance shoes can be purchased locally at a dance supply store or can be ordered on-line from a dance apparel supplier.
  • No jewelry is allowed, with the exception of tight fitting watches and stud earrings. Any jewelry that can dangle or shift while in motion is not permitted.
  • Hair must be pulled back away from the face in an appropriate style. If hair is shorter than shoulder length, use barrettes to pull it back

 

 

Ballet:

    • Hair must be up away from face. If it is long enough, it must be in a bun or in a French braid.
    • All students are required to wear ballet shoes. Slippers will not be acceptable as dance shoes because they usually have slick soles that could lead to injuries.
    • All students are expected to wear pink tights and a leotard. Leotard colors are determined by class level and are indicated on the class schedule. Dance skirts or snug fitting, flexible shorts are allowed. Dance sweaters are allowed during colder months.

Jazz/Tap/Body Movement

    • Hair must be up in a ponytail, braid or French braid.
    • All students are required to wear the appropriate shoes.
    • All students are expected to wear dance pants and a semi-tight fitting shirt.

Flamenco

    • All students are required to wear shoes with a heel and a full, long skirt.

 

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