Dress Code

All students should arrive to class looking tidy and professional in appearance.

Ballet Attire

Shoes: Pink ballet slippers. Bloch slippers are recommended.

Attire: Pink tights and a pink or black leotard. Short ballet skirts are permitted. Dance sweaters and legwarmers will be permitted in cold weather.

Hair:  Hair slicked back in a tight bun

Hip Hop Attire

Shoes: Sneakers.  Hip Hop sneakers should be treated like any other dance shoe and worn ONLY in the studio (never as a street shoe because they track dirt and debris onto the dance floor).  Sneakers should be white though a bit of color is ok.

Attire for Girls and Boys: Baggy pants with a top of some sort.

Girls’ Hair:  Hair must be tidy and secured off the face and neck.

Jazz & Tap Attire

Shoes: For jazz, students should wear black or tan split sole jazz shoes. For tap, we recommend Black Capezio “Tic Tap Toe” Lace-Up Tap shoes or Bloch Lace-Up Tap shoes.

Girls’ Attire: Leotards or sports bras of any color and tights, leggings, or jazz shorts.

Girls’ Hair:  Hair slicked back in a secure style that will remain in place when turning.

Boys’ Attire: Black sweatpants, jazz pants, or gym shorts and a plain white, grey, or black T-shirt.

Contemporary & Lyrical Attire

Shoes: Dance socks

Attire: Leotards or sports bras of any color and jazz shorts or leggings

Hair:  Hair slicked back in a secure style that will remain in place when turning.

Tumbling for Dancers Attire

Girls’ Attire: Leotards or sports bras worn with jazz shorts or leggings.  No baggy or additional clothing will be allowed. Barefoot.

Boys’ Attire:  Tight fitting short sleeve shirt or tank and sports shorts.  Barefoot.

Girls’ Hair:  Hair must be secured in a low bun.

link to online dance store

Please visit our Discount Dance online store to purchase dress code items and much more. Click on any item to see our teacher’s notes, which will help you pick the correct item for your dancer’s class.