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

 

Acro & Jazz

Form fitting, stretchy clothing that allows movement. No long sleeves.
No layers that can flip up.
Hair tied back in ponytail
Socks

 

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, Conditioning & Stage (All Street Genres)* 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