Dress Code/Required Attire

Why a Dress Code?

 

A dress code ensures that a teacher will be able to see a dancer’s alignment and positioning.  Baggy clothing can mask a dancer's physique, making corrections visually difficult for the instructor. A dress code will also teach students discipline, helping with overall focus and energy. By "dressing the part," dancers feel like dancers. Our dress code creates equality and unity among the dancers much like a school uniform policy which minimizes distractions while learning. Dancers who do not come dressed in the appropriate required attire will not be permitted to dance. 

 

Why should I shop at Inspiration?

 

We recommend that all of our dance families make their dress code purchases through our Inspiration Dance Boutique. We will fit your dancer in the correct sizes, styles, & colors for their levels and the JDC Dress Code. We keep a record of your dancers'  sizes and are conveniently right inside the studio to help simplify your dance life!  We carry everything required (& more!) except for HipHop attire/shoes.

Adult classes

 

Adults should wear comfortable clothing that will allow dance movement. Ballet shoes should be worn in ballet classes.

Clean sneakers or boots may be worn for hip hop.

Please do not wear shoes for dance classes outdoors.

Competition Groups

Company

Hip Hop Team

Questions?

           

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Exceptional dance training for dancers ages 3-adult.

Instruction in Ballet/Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary/Modern/Lyrical, Hip Hop, Tumbling, and Yoga for dancers.

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