Dress Code

All dancers should be covered up when leaving the studio. Please do not wear dance shoes outside the studios.

Ballet - Tight-fitting warm-ups may be worn in colder weather.


  • any color leotard that is ballet appropriate (midriff covered, back no lower than tights' waistband)

  • pink or tan (skin colored) tights (matching skin color)

  • pink or tan (to match tights) ballet slippers


  • solid color (preferably white) T-shirt tucked in

  • black or grey tights

  • white socks

  • black or white ballet slippers


  •   fitted dance clothes (leotard and tights okay)

  • bare feet or socks preferred


  • fitted dance top and shorts/pants

  • soft jazz shoes

Hip Hop

  • T-shirts, shorts/sweats may be worn

  • socks and white soled sneakers that are only for class (no street shoes allowed in the dance studio)


  • fitted dancewear

  • bare feet

  • theraband

  • yoga mat

  • foam roller


  •   tap shoes (no tap shoes on the Marley)

Click the link below for our studio's recommendations on tights, shoes, and accessories. Your purchases will help our school pay for costumes and other supplies needed throughout the year.

(Please be sure to check through the various tabs: tights, shoes, hair, warm-ups, extras.)

Photos & Video

Please do not reproduce photos or videos on this website without written permission from the owner. 


Currently, due to Covid-19, we ask that no parents come into the dance studio. If your child is very young, we can meet him/her at the front door. Make sure your dancer is covered up upon leaving. Not only is it improper to be outside in dance clothes, but it is bad for the muscles to run from a warm studio to cooler outside air. Even in hot weather, most likely, your child will get into an air-conditioned car. Please help us teach your dancer how to take care of her/himself.

Please send your dancer to class with a water bottle, and in hot weather, a cooling towel.