Dress Code

Dress Code

Effective January 01, 2017 – All Technical & Recreational dancers are required to wear SK T-Shirts during class-time as Uniform. Competitive dancers will be subject to teachers discretion.

Uniforms show that you are part of an organization. Wearing it says we’re all in this together.” – Jason Wing

Ballet

Hair must be pulled away from the face and in a neat bun.
Black ballet tights/socks, black ballet shoes, black Body Suit.
Items should be available at Dance Box (#114 20226 Fraser Hwy, Langley)

 

Contemporary

Form fitting, comfortable clothing, that allows movements.
Hair tied back in ponytail
Socks

 

Hip Hop * Ballet Poppin may vary

SK T-Shirt Required

Loose, comfortable clothing
Hair tied back, hats allowed
Rosche Shoes

(For dancers wearing leggings in class or for costume, it is important to

buy a high quality fabric to avoid transparency of bottoms).

 

Yoga & Stretch

SK T-Shirt Required

Form fitting, stretchy clothing
No layers that can flip up.
Hair tied back in ponytail
Yoga Mat & Towel (can be purchased at SK Reception)
Bare feet

 

“When I put on my uniform, I feel I am the proudest (wo)man on earth.” – Roberto Clemente