Why do we have a dress code? To feel our best! Just like you have a football jersey, or soccer cleats, we have our own dance dress code. We believe that if you are dressed ready for dance, you will feel better when you're dancing! Proper dance attire also helps our teachers see correct placement so they can help you become the best dancer you can be!

Summit dress code

TINY TOTS

COMBO CLASSES

Option 1:

  • Top: any color and style of leotard or leotard-dress. Form-fitting Ballet sweaters are acceptable.

  • Skin-tone Tights (view our Color-Matching Guide)

    • Any skin-to-shoe skin tone matching tights are acceptable, but we highly recommend Revolution Color Flow.

  • Bottoms: Skirts are acceptable

  • Hair: Must be pulled back, off of face

  • Tap Shoes: ​Black Patent Leather Mary-Jane buckle or velcro tap shoes.

  • Skin-tone Ballet Shoes (view our Color-Matching Guide)

Option 2: Fitted white shirt, black bottoms (same shoe styles)

ALL MINI, JUNIOR, TEEN CLASSES:

BALLET

Option 1:

Option 2:

  • Fitted white shirt, black bottoms (same shoe styles)

TAP

JAZZ & MUSICAL THEATRE

LYRICAL/CONTEMPORARY

  • Any leotard or form-fitting top with form-fitting pants or shorts

  • Hair: Must be pulled back, off of face and neck

  • Shoes: Bare feet (please bring dance socks for Contemporary)

HIP HOP

  • Loose clothing and no jeans

  • Hair: Must be pulled back, off of face. Hats are permissible.

  • Shoes: *CLEAN* Sneakers

ADAPTIVE

  • Clothing: anything comfortable that allows for movement

  • Shoes: Sneakers

 

To promote inclusivity, Summit has opts for skin tone tights and ballet shoes. We want all of our dancers to feel represented and included, so please use the images below to guide you to find the right shade!

 

Uncertain of your shade? Just come to the front desk, and we can help color match with our sample tights!

COLOR-MATCHING GUIDE

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