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What to wear?

The dress codes outlined below apply to all classroom locations. If you have a specific question about attire, please contact us at info@designdance.net or ask your dance instructor!

Ballet: Dance Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Simple ballet skirts and tutus are acceptable. Ballet shoes are encouraged but not required. Please no socks as this can be very slippery and dangerous to the dancer.

Creative Movement, Jazznastics: Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Ballet or jazz shoes are recommended. Athletic shoes are acceptable, as long as they are intended for indoor use only (no outdoor shoes in the dance room). Please no socks as this can be very slippery and dangerous to the dancer.

Dance With Me: Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Dancers are invited to dress for the respective Ballet or Hip Hop styles, as listed here. We ask that caregivers are also prepared for movement. Please no socks as this can be very slippery and dangerous to the dancer.

Hip Hop: Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Clean athletic shoes are recommended. Athletic shoes must be specific to indoor activity, as no outdoor shoes are allowed in the dance room. Please no socks as this can be very slippery and dangerous to the dancer.

Tap: Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Tap shoes are recommended and may be required by the instructor. Hard soled shoes are a good alternative to purchasing tap shoes for initial classes.

Modern: Dance attire or athletic clothing that allows for a wide range of movement. Ballet shoes are recommended. Bare feet are also acceptable.