Dress Code

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

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  • Pink or black leotard (ballet skirt optional), pink ballet tights, pink ballet shoes (no slippers).
  • Boys must wear black dance pants, white shirt, and black ballet shoes.
  • Dancers must have hair pulled back and away from the face.

Ballet/Tap

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

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  • Pink or black leotard (ballet skirt optional), pink ballet tights, pink ballet shoes (no slippers), and black tap shoes.
  • Boys must wear black dance pants, white shirt, and black ballet and tap shoes.
  • Dancers must have hair pulled back and away from the face.

Jazz

Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement

Why a Dress Code?

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  • Black leotard, Jazz shorts or dance pants, and black slip-on jazz shoes.
  • Boys must wear black dance pants, white shirt, and black Jazz shoes.
  • Hair must be pulled back and away from the face.

Why a Dress Code?

Why a Dress Code?

Why a Dress Code?

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Keeping within the dress code is very important as it teaches our dancers a variety of skills.


A dress code teaches our dancers responsibility, unity, and respect for the art of dance. It also provides functionality for movement and allows our instructors to safely provide proper dance instruction and body placement.

Where to Buy

Why a Dress Code?

Where to Buy

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Dancewear can be found at Target, Walmart, Academy, or Amazon. 


Questions about our dress code? Please email us at

RTBDanceAcademy.com.