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Dress Code

Students at Neighborhood Dance have a uniform dress code. Wearing the appropriate attire helps students improve their focus and performance in class, and helps teachers assess and correct for proper body placement. It also encourages unity among students, and reinforces a positive learning environment.

How to Dress for Success

We have you covered!

Neighborhood Dance is an Authorized Dealer of Revolution Dancewear and we carry everything you’ll need to dress for success with high-quality shoes, tights, leotards, and other dancewear items below retail prices.

Once you register, we’ll set-up an appointment with you for your custom fitting at our studio! We make the process super simple and cost-effective with leotard sizing kit, tights sampler, and shoe sizing kit with try-on socks. Once we determine your sizing, you can place your order with us and pick up everything at the studio. Call us at anytime if you questions.

Revolution Dancewear

Class Uniforms

  • Pre-School Programs
  • Ballet
  • Jazz & Tap
  • Hip Hop
  • Musical Theater

Tiny Tots:  Pink leotard or dance dress, pink tights, pink ballet shoes

Twinkle Toes:  Pink leotard or dance dress, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, black tap shoes

Fancy Feet:  Pink leotard or dance dress, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, black tap shoes

*Boys (All Classes):  Plain white Neighborhood Dance t-shirt, black athletic pants, thin black soft socks, black ballet shoes, and black tap shoes for Twinkle Toes and Fancy Feet

Classic Combo:  Black leotard, tan tights, pink ballet shoes, tan jazz shoes

Classic Combo for Teens:  Black leotard, tan tights, pink ballet shoes, tan jazz shoes

Intro to Ballet:  Black leotard, pink tights, black skirt (optional), pink ballet shoes

Ballet I/II:  Black leotard, pink tights, black skirt (optional), pink ballet shoes

*Boys (All Classes):  Plain white Neighborhood Dance t-shirt, black athletic pants, thin black soft socks, black ballet shoes, and black jazz shoes for Classic Combo

Intro to Jazz & Tap:  Black leotard, tan tights, black skirt (optional), tan jazz shoes, black tap shoes

Jazz & Tap I:  Black leotard, tan tights, black skirt (optional), tan jazz shoes, black tap shoes

Jazz II:  Black leotard, tan tights, black skirt (optional), tan jazz shoes

Jazz & Tap for Teens:  Black leotard, tan tights, black skirt (optional), tan jazz shoes, black tap shoes

*Boys (All Classes):  Plain white Neighborhood Dance t-shirt, black athletic pants, thin black soft socks, black jazz shoes, and black tap shoes for Jazz & Tap

Intro to Hip Hop:  Neighborhood Dance Hip-Hop shirt, black leggings, hip hop street sneakers

Hip Hop for Teens:  Neighborhood Dance Hip-Hop shirt, black leggings, hip hop street sneakers

*Boys (All Classes):  Neighborhood Dance Hip-Hop shirt, black athletic pants, hip hop street sneakers

Intro to Musical Theater:  Neighborhood Dance Theater t-shirt, solid black leggings or athletic pants, tan jazz shoes

Musical Theater I:  Neighborhood Dance Theater t-shirt, solid black leggings or athletic pants, tan jazz shoes

*Boys (All Classes):  Neighborhood Dance Theater t-shirt, solid black athletic pants, black jazz shoes

General Guidelines

Hair for all dancers should be secured and out of their face. Female ballet dancers should wear their hair in a bun.

Street clothes such as jeans, jean shorts, play clothes, or school clothes are not suitable dance attire. Each class has a set uniform, or dress code, that can purchased through the studio after registration.

Street shoes are not permitted in the studio, since they can cause extra wear and tear to the specialty dance floor material. Please change into the appropriate shoes that have been defined for each class once you arrive. In turn, we recommend that shoes worn in the studio are not worn outside to help extend the life of the shoes.

Jewelry and costumes can be a distraction and safety hazard and are not allowed in class, unless specifically noted in the class description.

Gum is not allowed in the studio.

Cover up clothing is recommended when wearing tights and leotards outside the studio to help protect and extend the life of this dance attire.