What to Wear to Dance Class

What to Wear to Dance Class

At Studio 360, our student’s dance education is very important to us. That’s why we have a dress code policy for all of our dancers. It’s important that students abide by this dress code as it sets an attitude of attentiveness and respect for other students, teachers and the art of dance. Dressing appropriately for class says that students are ready and willing to learn and work hard. It’s also vital that teachers be able to see the dancer’s body outline clearly in order to make proper corrections on posture, alignment, etc. 

Important things for everyone to bring

  • Water bottle: If every you forget yours, don’t worry! We sell water bottles at the studio for $1. 
  • Hair elastic: It’s very important that all students have their hair tied back in a ponytail or a bun. It avoids distractions but also can prevent harmful accidents (especially when doing tricks). 

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  • Comfortable workout clothes. This means no jeans, dresses or skirts.
  • Clean, indoor pair of running shoes. The teacher will specify by January, what type of shoe they will need for the recital at the end of the year.
  • Body suit (shorts optional) or sports bra and shorts
  • Tights under your shorts (optional)
  • No loose clothing as the teacher must be able to see your posture and hip placement.
  • Jazz shoes
  • For recreational classes: Beige jazz shoes (an example can be found here)
  • For competitive classes: Pedinis – The teacher will specify beige or black (an example can be found here)
  • Body suit (shorts optional) or sports bra and shorts
  • Tights under your shorts (optional)
  • No loose clothing as the teacher must be able to see your posture and hip placement.
  • Beige footundeez (an example can be found here )
  • Body suit and shorts or ballet skirt
  • Tights under your shorts (optional)
  • No loose clothing as the teacher must be able to see your posture and hip placement.
  • Ballet slippers, full sole (an example can be found here)
  • Body suit (shorts optional) or sports bra and shorts
  • Tights under your shorts (optional)
  • No loose clothing as the teacher must be able to see your posture and hip placement.
  • Barefoot