Tiny Dancer, Intro to Dance, Beginning Dance and Young Dancer Classes
Pink ballet shoes and white mary-jane tap shoes and regular dance wear.
Girls must wear a black leotard and pink tights and pink ballet shoes. Hair must be neatly secured in a bun if it is long enough. If too short for a bun, it must be worn neatly away from the face.
All Non-Ballet Classes & Ensemble Classes
Students should wear regular dance clothes for all classes. Colors are your choice. It is preferred that shirts, baggy shorts and sweats not be worn as this restricts the teachers’ ability to see your form and make corrections. Tights or thin socks should ALWAYS be worn with dance shoes for comfort to avoid blisters. Hair should be worn secured back if possible. Dangly earrings must be avoided so they won’t “catch and rip.” Various teachers can and do establish their own dress code for class. Please adhere to all stated dress codes. NO street clothes in any class other than Hip Hop.
Street clothes & tennis shoes are allowed in Hip Hop only.
All Jazz Classes
Regular dance wear and tan jazz shoes, slip on preferred.
Tap 1 & Tap 2
Regular dance wear and tan mary-jane style tap shoes.
All Other Tap Classes
Regular dance wear and black slip-on or lace-up tap shoes.
* No black soled shoes are permitted in Studio C. Also NO HARD SOLED or HIGH HEELED shoes are permitted in Studio C.
* Teachers may ask you to leave class if you are not properly dressed.
* NOTE FOR PARENTS: Neatness counts – a dancer performs better in class and behaves better when she is well groomed. Get in the habit of securing your daughters’ hair with pins and spray to avoid a messy appearance. Wash her dance clothes after each wearing. If she is maturing at all, please have her use deodorant. Don’t have her wear panties under tights (avoids a messy look). A dancer spends much time looking in the mirror. Make that image appealing!