Please see our blog on the importance of a dress code. We offer a flexible dress code with no specific required colors or styles. For safety and distraction reasons, dancers are not allowed to wear jewelry in class.
YOU & me Movement and Music Class
There is no dress code or required specific dance shoes. Leotards, tights, tutus, and ballet shoes always add to the fun, and sweatpants, t-shirts and tennis shoes are great. No sandals, flip flops, boots or crocs for safety.
All Combo Classes with Tap, Ballet, and Jazz
Attire: Our dress code is simply “dance attire” and is designed to be fun, safe and appropriate for the learning environment. There is not a specific style or color required. Long hair needs to be pulled back. We ask that tiny tots’ dance clothes are only worn for dance class so that the young dancer understands that they are coming to dance class and not an unstructured play time.
* Leotards, tights, leggings, and tutus all add to the fun.
* Clean solid-colored sweatpants or jazz pants and a fitted t-shirt are great.
Shoes: Ballet and tap shoes are needed for all tap & ballet combo classes. Any shoe color is allowed during class but if you would like to plan ahead to the annual spring showcase, black tap shoes are requested for all dancers and pink ballet shoes for female identifying costumes.
Check out our dance wear and shoe options here: www.shopnimbly.com/dancetoevolve
Please see our blog on how to pick out dance shoes and the type of shoes to avoid.
All Hip Hop Classes
Attire: Sweats, leggings, and t-shirts are great…wear clothes that you can easily move in and are appropriate when dancing and doing floor work. (Shorts and skirts can be a challenge.) Long hair should be pulled back in a ponytail.
Shoes: Sneakers that tie or won’t come off feet. Barefoot, clogs, crocs, sandals, flip flops or socks just won’t work.