The following apparel is required dance wear for students in Levels 1, 2, and 3 who are participating in jazz, hip hop, and contemporary. The jacket is optional. The tee and jacket will both come with the Dance Factory logo.
During registration time we ask that you complete their wardrobe for classes by filling out the order form. If you need additional items throughout the season just complete an order form, and we will place that for you. If you decide not to use the Weissman recommended dance wear, you must make sure you purchase items that match the style on our list of required uniform pieces.
A uniform dress code ensures that instructors can easily see a student’s alignment, muscle use and positioning during class. Skirts, shorts, baggy tops can mask body placement issues that can potentially cause injuries.
A neat, tidy appearance is part of the discipline of dance. When asked to put our hair up and out of our face this ensures the dancer can see and avoids an eye injury if the hair hits the eyes. The same goes for asking dancers not to wear jewelry in class. Jewelry can cause injury to the dancer or others and of course can break while dancing.
Following dress code takes effort and shows that a dancer is focused and serious about improving and developing their dance skills. Adhering to the dress code displays that the dancer shows respect towards the dance style they are studying.Download Our Order Form