dress code

Tap

All students are expected to wear close-fitting, comfortable, and stretchy clothing that they can move in safely. Dangling jewelry and accessories are discouraged as they can be dangerous. Attire should be respectful, please no jeans or crop tops. Long hair should be secured back and out of the dancer's face. 

Tap Shoes are expected. 

Ex. Dance Now DN3710G

jazz

All students are expected to wear close-fitting, comfortable, and stretchy clothing that they can move in safely. Dangling jewelry and accessories are discouraged as they can be dangerous. Attire should be respectful, please no jeans or crop tops. Long hair should be secured back and out of the dancer's face.

Jazz shoes are expected. 

Ex. Bloch 401L 

Ballet

Our ballet uniforms are gendered as is traditional. For our trans and nonbinary dancers, please choose the uniform or combination of uniforms that you feel is the best fit for you.

 

Female dancers are expected to wear a leotard in their level color, pink or flesh toned tights that match as closely to the student's natural skin tone as possible.

Male dancers are expected to wear a close-fitting, white shirt with black or navy tights/leggings, a dance belt if needed.

Pointe/ Variations: Dancers may wear a coordinating ballet skirt for pointe or variations class

Shoes for female dancers: pink or flesh toned ballet shoes and/or pointe shoes to match as closely to the student's natural skin tone as possible.

Shoes for male dancers: Black ballet shoes 

Long hair should be secured back from the face for all dancers, a bun or French twist is expected if your hair is long enough.

Ballet Level Leotard Colors