Why a Dress Code? -Tradition and respect for the art -It is essential for reinforcing in students a sense of respect and discipline. -It reinforces the integrity of EDA’s dance education program. -To provide the best instruction, it is crucial for teachers to be able to see the dancer’s body placement so to make corrections.
*** * Hair should be pulled back neatly off face in bun or ponytail ****
Pink tights* Black leotard* Ballet skirt of your choice Pink ballet slippers* Black tap shoes* *These items are available for purchase in studio at the EDA Dance Store
Pink tights (please check back for specific brand) Black leotard of your choice Ballet skirt of your choice or black dance shorts Pink Split-sole ballet slippers
Black or tan tights Black jazz pants or black dance shorts (tights must be worn if wearing shorts) Black leotard or official EDA shirt Shoes (please check back for specific color for each class)
Any EDA shirt (tee-shirt, tank or sweatshirt) Black bottoms- loose or fitted Shoes (any sneakers not worn outside
Black or tan tights Black jazz pants or black dance shorts (tights must be worn if wearing shorts) Black leotard or official EDA shirt Shoes (Black Ballet for levels 1 & 2 and ghillies for level 3)