DANCECORP®

Student Dress Code

Freestyle Dance, as it suggest, is a style that borrows many of its techniques from other genres of dance. This too is echoed in the the style and fashion in which dancers choose to attend class. While we are not entirely strict when it comes to appearances in training, there are a few guidelines that should be followed when choosing what to wear when attending classes and private lessons. The guidelines as listed below are applicable to Freestyle, Disco Dance dance, Disco Dance Freestyle, Contemporary, and Acro Dance. No exceptions!

Student Basic Dress Code

  • DANCECORP T-shirt, leotard, crop tops, vest, sports bra, sweat pants, tights (hot pants/3/4/full length). Undergarments should be worn by all regardless of age due to the nature of Freestyle.
  • Hair may be worn in any style so long as hair out of the face and must be neat.
  • Compulsory Knee Pads for all competitive students, Beginner – Premier Championship.
  • Dancers must wear the correct dance shoes as informed by their instructor. Socks with rubber grips, Dance Paws and bare feet are acceptable.
  • DANCECORP T-shirt, Tank top, leotard, black cycling shorts or black gym shorts, black sweat pants, rugby shorts, gymnastic pants, gymnastic shorts, dance belt. (A dance belt for men is for protective support (similar to a jock strap in other sports) and should be worn for all dance classes.)
  • Hair may be worn in any style so long as hair out of the face and must be neat.
  • Compulsory Knee Pads for all competitive students, Beginner – Premier championship.
  • Dancers must wear the correct dance shoes as informed by their instructor. Socks with rubber grips, Dance Paws and bare feet are acceptable.

Dance Shoes

Bellow are examples of the shoes required for Medal Tests and Competitions where applicable.

Trainers will inform Parents, Students and Guardians well in advance of regulation shoes required for Medal Tests and or competitions.

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