A dress code is important when teaching class. It prevents distractions and serves not only as an aid for technique, but also as a safety measure. A dress code promotes unity within the class. Dancers should feel like dancers.
All students must adhere to the dress code.
Hair must be kept up and off the f ace for all classes.
Ballet classes require the hair to be in a ballet bun.
No jewelry is allowed. Any Color Hair Accessory or Leg Warmers are permitted, however, body wear must be solid black without graphic print.
Shoes are required to be purchased through the studio so they are all the same.
Pink, Black, or White attire. Dress or leotard with skirt, white tights. Tutus are optional.
Progressive Movement / Beginner Combination Class
Black dress or Black leotard with black skirt, white tights.
Black dress or Black leotard with skirt, white tights. Hair must be in a ballet bun.
Jazz I, II, III
Black leotard or biketard. Tan tights. Black shorts or skirt. No t-Shirts.
Intermediate / Advanced Tap
Black leotard with black skirt or shorts.Tan Tights.
Black leotard, black biketard, or black fitted tank.
Black leggings or black dance shorts,Tan Tights. No graphics on clothing.
Black leotard, black shorts, Tan tights, White poodle socks.