Dress Code

Dress Code 2017-2018

Getting ready for ballet class can some times be tricky, especially for those parents new to the ballet world. The ballet bun is an essencial part of geting your little one ready for ballet class. So Mrs. Geiger and her wonderful assistant have offered some help in understanding how to do the perfect ballet bun, and also the types of ballet buns that can be done to hair and why they are used.

 

Pre-Ballet & Primary

Capezio 3973C Flutter Sleeve Dress

pink tights, & pink full soled leather ballet shoes.

Hair: up off of neck, neat and secured to the head

 

Intro- Intermediate

Black cap sleeve Mirella or Bloch leotard with princess seams, pink tights,

pink full soled leather ballet shoes, pink waist belt.

Hair: no bangs, secured tightly in a bun.

 

Pointe 1, 2 and Variations

may need practice tutu

Hair: no bangs, secured tightly in a bun

 

Boys

Black tights or running pants with white, tucked in T-shirt & dance belt.

White ballet shoes with white socks.

 

Contemporary, Stretch and Open class

Any color leotard, transition pink or black tights, long leggings, may be multi color. Feet: bare, canvas, ballet or pointe shoes. (No bare midriffs.)

Open class is pink tights only

Hair: up and away from face.

 

SUMMER DRESS CODE

 

Princess Camp

Capezio 3973C Flutter Sleeve Dress

pink tights, & pink full soled leather ballet shoes.

Hair: up off of neck, neat and secured to the head

 

All Ballet/Pointe

Black leotards, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, skirts may be worn for all Pointe classes.

 

Contemporary

No crop tops, footless tights pink or black, ballet or modern shoes

 

Character

Knee length skirt, Character shoes or Ballet shoes


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