Dress Code

Dress Code

Adults  

Our dress code does not apply to our adult students. Adults may dress in comfortable clothing.

 

Ballet Level 1-Level 6 Female Students

Please see below for specific dress code requirements for the ballet classes.  Leotards and skirts should be solid in color; no stripes, polka dots, lace or other patterns please.

 

Ballet Level 1 & 2 Female students must wear pink leotards, pink tights and slippers. Any skirts should be attached to leotard when possible and extend no longer than bottom of their derriere. Leg warmers and fitted “shrug”sweaters are optional.  Hair is to be secured neatly in a bun. Small stud earrings only may be worn for jewelry.

Ballet Level 3 & 4 Female students must wear a solid color black camisole leotard, black wrap skirt, pink tights and pink ballet slippers with ribbons. Hair is to be secured neatly in a bun. Small stud earrings only may be worn for jewelry.Black leg warmers and “shrug” sweaters/fitted warmups are optional. Dance shorts may be worn at the discretion of the teacher in certain circumstances.

Ballet Level 5 & 6 Female students must wear a solid color black camisole leotard & black wrap skirt, pink tights and pink ballet slippers. Dancers should also have a white camisole leotard and white wrap skirt.  Hair is to be secured neatly in a bun. Small stud earrings only may be worn for jewelry. Black leg warmers and “shrug” sweaters/fitted warmups are optional. Dance shorts may be worn at the discretion of the teacher in certain circumstances.

 

All Male Ballet Students beginner through level 6 should wear black dance tights or tight black “boy shorts,” a tight white t-shirt no longer than the top of hips (or tucked in), black socks and black ballet shoes OR white socks and white ballet shoes. Male dancers in levels 3-6 should wear a dance belt.

 

 

Combination Tap/Ballet Levels 1-3

Girls should have a solid color leotard and tights. Skirts, legwarmers and sweaters are optional. Girls need black Mary-Jane or single-tie tap shoes and pink ballet shoes. Boys should wear white t-shirts and black shorts or dance tights and black tap and ballet shoes. Hair should be secured out of face; long hair should be pulled back. Small stud earrings only may be worn for jewelry.

 

Hip Hop

Comfortable clothing. Midriffs must be covered. Jeans and street shoes are not allowed.  Non-marking indoor sneakers, dance sneakers or dance boots may be worn.

 

Irish 

Students should wear a solid color leotard and tights or tops and solid color bottoms above the knee. Leggings are also acceptable. Please check with your instructor for shoe requirements for your particular class.

 

Lyrical

Students should wear a solid color leotard and solid color bottoms such as leggings or jazz shorts. Please check with your instructor for shoe requirements. Midriffs must be covered. Males should wear black dance tights and a t-shirt.

 

Modern

Students should wear a solid color leotard and bare feet. Students need long sleeves and long pants at each class.

 

Dance With Me and Young Preschool Classes

Dancers should wear a leotard and tights or leggings and a t-shirt and leather or canvas ballet shoes. Long hair should be pulled back.

 

Preschool Combination

Girls should have a solid color leotard and tights. Skirts, legwarmers and sweaters are optional. Girls need black Mary-Jane or single-tie tap shoes and pink ballet shoes. Boys should wear white t-shirts and black shorts or dance tights and black tap and black ballet shoes. Hair should be secured out of face; long hair should be pulled back. Small stud earrings only may be worn for jewelry.

 

Tap and Jazz

Students should wear a solid color leotard and tights or a top and solid color bottoms at or above the ankle such as leggings, jazz shorts or jazz pants. Jazz students need black jazz shoes. Tap students will need black tap shoes. Female tap 1-3 students will need black Mary-Jane style shoes.  Boys and Tap 4 and higher will need black oxford style taps.  Jr Line tap dancers need “Show-Tapper” style heels.  Please check with the studio or your teacher regarding the style for your particular class.