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Dress Code

How important is a dress code in dance class?

In addition to saving dance parents time and money, the dress code:

  1. Helps a young dancer understand they are going to a structured class (compared to unstructured playtime).

  2. Ensures that the clothing is not a distraction during class.

  3. Ensures that the dancer is appropriately dressed to be necessarily covered.

  4. Ensures that each dancer has the same brand, style and color of shoes and tights for on stage performances. The ADA Dress Code is mandatory.

Ballet Dancer

Tiny Tutus Ballerina

Dancers should wear all pink (Leotard, Skirt, and tights, and ballet shoes). 

Tap

Dancers should wear black leggings, comfortable top or ADA shirt, and tap shoes.

Pre-Ballet & Tap

Dancers should wear all pink (Leotard, Skirt, and tights, and ballet shoes). Students will also need a pair of black tap shoes.

Hip-Hop and Jazz

Dancers should wear black leggings, ADA tshirt, sneakers or jazz shoes. 

Ballet 1-3

Dancers should wear a black leotard, black wrap skirt, ballet pink tights, and pink ballet shoes.

Mini Hip-Hop

Dancers should wear black leggings, ADA tshirt, and sneakers. If the dancer is transitioning form tutus 2 class student will need to change into sneakers.

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