Dress Code

Dress Code 

For proper training of our students, we’ve instituted a dress code for Pre-Ballet, Primary, and Youth Division Levels. This enables our teachers to correctly assess placement of dancers’ bodies. When enrolling for classes, we ask that all registrants take note of these important procedures listed below.

All dancers must arrive and leave the studio with warm-up clothes over their dance attire or in street clothing. Ballet slippers are not to be worn outside. Please arrive and exit the building in street shoes.

At this time, we encourage all students to dress for class prior to their arrival at the school. Dressing rooms will be made available for those who cannot dress beforehand. There will be a limit of one student in the dressing area at a time. Restrooms are not to be used for changing.

Dancers arriving 10 minutes after the start of class may be asked to observe and take notes rather than participate in class, at the teacher’s discretion. Dancers have the ability to perform their best in class with a thoughtful approach to preparing themselves, both physically and mentally, when not in a rush. We ask those that bring our youngest participants to class, help demonstrate that their dancer is ready to learn by arriving in the correct uniform, hair properly pulled back, and in a timely manner.


Pre-Ballet & Primary  Hair should be pulled away from face and neck in a ponytail, preferably in a bun. Hair that is too short for a bun or ponytail must be pulled back and secured with hair pins or clips.

Level 1-6  All dancers must have their hair secured off their face and neck. For most dancers, this will be in a bun. We understand that dancers have different textures and length of hair. Those that cannot wear a proper bun need to ensure that stray pieces, braids, and bangs are neatly pinned back with hair pins and a hair net.


Pre-Ballet & Primary Division  

  • Pre-Ballet Leotard: WHITE Capezio (CC400C) – Short-sleeve Leotard


  • Primary Leotard: PINK Capezio (CC400C) – Short-sleeve Leotard


  • Tights: Light Pink, footed tights. Recommended; Bloch Endura or Capezio Ultra Soft
  • Shoes: Pink Ballet Slippers, Full Sole, Leather or Canvas. Recommended; Bloch Dansoft or Capezio Daisy
  • Warm-up Sweater: The following may be worn over leotards during colder seasons,

PINK Bloch “Ella” Long Sleeve Tie Sweater.


  • Boys: WHITE Short Sleeve T-shirt. BLACK Biker Shorts. WHITE crew socks. WHITE Ballet Slippers, Full Sole, Canvas or Leather

Youth Division – Dress Code for 2022/2023 season will be posted soon!

  • Leotard
  • Girls: 
  • Ladies: 


When ordering, please note the corresponding color per level.

Level 1 – 

Level 2 – 

Level 3 – 

Level 4 – 

Level 5

Level 6 – 

Level 5/6 dancers may wear the So Danca leotard listed above or any brand/style of choice.  A short black ballet skirt may be worn in the center. Saturday class is free dress day – any color/style leotard is allowed!

  • Tights: 
  • Shoes: 


  • Warm-up Sweater: The following may be worn over leotards during colder seasons,

BLACK Bloch “Ella” Long Sleeve Tie Sweater (Children).


BLACK Adult Wrap Cardigan, Bloch – Z0910 (Adult)


  • Contemporary (Level 5/6): BLACK Leggings, to be worn over tights and leotard. 

Male Attire

  • TOP: WHITE, So Danca – Franco Top – SL112(Boys)/SL111(Men)


  • Shoes: So Danca – Brio SD120. White, Split Sole, Canvas. White Socks.


  • Tights:

Levels 1 – 3: BLACK Biker Shorts

Levels 4 – 5: Three Options

–  BLACK Biker Shorts (to be worn with white shoes/socks)

–  BLACK Ankle Length Tights, Kiev – D301 (to be worn with white shoes/socks) 


– BLACK Convertible Tights (to be worn with black shoes)

So Danca, Jacob – SL160(Boys)/SL159(Men)


Wear Moi Orion Footed Tights


  • Dance Belt required for Levels 1-6, Capezio Men’s Quilted Dance Belt (Style No:N5930)



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