What to Wear
Dress codes are in place to maintain dance traditions, promote unity and as a commitment to high personal and professional standards in the studio.
Be sure to label all your dance clothes, shoes and bags!
Summer Dress Codes
Summer Dress codes are more relaxed. Girls may wear a solid color leotard of your choice, tights or socks and the appropriate hair and shoe style. Be sure to label all your dance clothes, shoes and bags! Please see below for boys dress code, types of shoes and how to wear your hair. Click on class name to see an example.
Fall Dress Codes
Ballet Leotard & Tights
Click the class below to see a picture of what should be worn. Solid color leotard in the color shown in the example, pink tights and pink ballet slippers..
Click a class below to see an example
Tap, Jazz, Modern & Hip Hop Classes
Add Black leggings or Jazz Pants to ballet leotard worn. For students not taking ballet, please purchase a black leotard
Click below to see examples
Types of Shoes needed
Ballet- pink leather or canvas ballet slippers
Tap- Black patent leather or oxford tap shoes
Jazz/Musical Theater & Lyrical- Black slip on Jazz Shoes
Modern- Bare Feet
Hip-Hop- Clean tennis shoes worn only in class
How to wear your hair
Hair for all dance classes must be securely pulled back, away from the face and off the neck.
Ballet Buns (for Ballet) and
Pony Tails (Other classes) are required
Dress Code Male Students
Ballet black tights dance pants, solid white t-shirt, white socks, black ballet slippers with elastic
Jazz/Tap solid-color dance pants, solid-color t-shirt, socks, boys/mens black tap shoes, black Jazz shoes
Hip-Hop dance pants or bike/soccer shorts or cargo pants, t-shirt, plain tennis shoes worn only in studio
We know that little ones can be sensitive, you may have them wear the uniform listed above... it's super cute, however if your child has sensitive skin, loose fitting clothes, or a leotard can be worn.
Ballet Shoes and/or Tap are required!
What people are saying
Annabel found her home at WMBA and has loved every minute with every single teacher. Seriously, best decision ever.