Dress Code

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At North Jersey School of Dance Arts, it is very important to be dressed appropriately for each class you take. Just like you wouldn’t wear a tutu to soccer practice, we would prefer you save your soccer uniform for the field! Likewise, the same thing you wear to tap class might not be appropriate for ballet class. Dressing appropriately gives dancer confidence! It helps teachers better see body lines so they can help you become the best dancer you can be. Below are the
dress codes for each style and level.

Ballet:

All levels - pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair secured in a bun

Intro levels - pink leotard

Elementary levels - purple leotard

Intermediate levels - royal blue leotard

Advanced levels - any color leotard

Boys - white t-shirt or tank top, black pants or shorts, black ballet shoes, hair secured away from face

Contemporary:

All levels - any color leotard and tights (with access to bare feet) or form fitting exercise clothes (no baggy clothing, no crop tops), hair secured away from face

Boys - exercise clothes, bare feet, hair secured away from face

Jazz:

All levels - any color leotard, tan tights, tan jazz shoes, hair secured away from face

Boys - exercise clothes, black jazz shoes, hair secured away from face

 

Musical Theater:

All levels - any color leotard, tan tights, tan jazz shoes, hair secured away from face

Boys - exercise clothes, black jazz shoes, hair secured away from face

Tap:

intro & Elementary levels - any color leotard, tan tights, tan tap shoes, hair secured away from face

intermediate & advanced levels - any color leotard, tan tights, black tap shoes, hair secured away from face

Boys - exercise clothes, black tap shoes, hair secured away from face

Rockette Tap:

All levels - any color leotard, tan tights, tan tap shoes, hair secured away from face

Boys - exercise clothes, black tap shoes, hair secured away from face 

Hip Hop:

Form fitting exercise clothes (not baggy clothes or crop tops) hip hop or street sneakers