Dress Code

Studio Dress Code

The dress code is an important part of the discipline instilled in a young dancer. Dancers should stand out in class by virtue of their hard work, not by their attire. Dancers in Levels I through V may not wear skirts, baggy T-shirts, or shorts. All leg and body warmers must be tight fitting.

All Ballet classes require footed pink tights for the ladies and black tights for the gentlement. Skirts are not permitted except for Variations or Pointe Class.

PRE-BALLET

LEOTARD COLOR – PINK
Shoes – Pink Ballet Shoes
Hair –¬†¬†Secured off face

BALLET 1

LEOTARD COLOR – LIGHT BLUE
Shoes – Pink Ballet Slippers
Hair – Up and in a bun

BALLET II

LEOTARD COLOR – DARK BLUE
Shoes – Pink ballet slippers
Hair – Up and in a bun

BALLET III

LEOTARD COLOR – BURGUNDY
Shoes – Pink ballet slippers/pointe shoes
Hair – Up and in a bun

BALLET IV

LEOTARD COLOR – BLACK
Shoes – Pink ballet slippers/pointe shoes
Hair – Up and in a bun

BALLET V

LEOTARD/UNITARD COLOR – ANY SOLID COLOR
Shoes – Pink ballet slippers/pointe shoes
Hair – Up and in a bun

MALE DANCERS

SOLID WHITE T-SHIRT OR LEOTARD
Shoes – Black
Older boys must wear dance belts

TAP, JAZZ & MODERN

All levels may wear any solid color tights and leotard or unitard.
Tights for Modern should be footless.
Jazz shoes are required for Jazz classes.
Tap Shoes for Tap class.