Dress Code

Please have your child dressed in modest dancewear.  There will be no volleyball shorts or low-cut leotards/shirts allowed. Mid-drifts must remain covered while dancing.  All dancers ages 5 and up must have on shorts/skirts that come to their fingertips or longer.  If you have questions, please ask an instructor.

Shoes for Class

Adult Fitness:  Please do not wear street shoes in the studio.

Ballet: Pink leather ballet shoes (Boys can wear black ballet shoes)

Big & Little: No shoes are required; however, shoes must be taken off before entering the studio, so please wear socks.

Cheer & Dance:  White tennis shoes

Hip Hop:

*Students would be able to wear a canvas style shoe similar to Converse brand, though any brand would work.
*They would need to be black with white trim, high top or low top would be up to the dancer. (see attachments with pictures and prices available right now from Target and Payless.)
*Pay special attention to the underside of the shoe making sure that it is white or rubber soled, not black.
*These shoes would need to be for dance class only, and we would be very strict on that. If a dancer came to class with dirty shoes (outside of dancing wear and tear) they would not be able to wear them in class and would dance barefoot until they had new shoes.

Jazz:  Black jazz shoe (tie or slip on)

Lyrical:  Nude color footundeez

Music and Movement:  No Shoes are required; however, shoes must be taken off before entering the studio, so please wear socks.

Tap: Black tap shoes

SHOES ARE MANDATORY.

Suggested Dress Code

Tap/Ballet:
Girls: Black leotard, black tights, any color tutu or nylon dance skirt.
Boys: Black shirt, black pants or black shorts.

Hip Hop/Jazz/Lyrical/Cheer & Dance:
Girls: Black jazz pants and a black leotard.
Boys: Black shirt, black pants or black shorts.

Big & Little/Music and Movement: Anything comfortable. (Street shoes need to be taken off prior to going into the studio, so please wear socks.)

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