Writers Offer Dance Wardrobe Wisdom

In most locations, fall brings some serious style change to the studio.

It’s a time to break out the knit cover-ups, boots and mukluks, scarves and long-sleeve leotards. Not to mention we all start thinking about costuming for upcoming performances and competitions.

In October, I asked fellow bloggers to Join Our Circle and share their “Wardrobe Wisdom.” I love how varied the responses always are for these topics and this is no exception.

What Not To Wear: Teachers In Tutus

via Maria’s Movers

Maria responds to a job advertisement she saw for a teacher of young children by sharing her point of view on teacher’s wardrobes. She also discusses why what teachers wear should not be a substitute for teaching. Being a good teacher should stand alone!

Dance Fashion for the “Mature Dancer”

via Rori Roars

Rori responds to the needs of adult beginners by offering a thorough collection of tips on what to wear to class. Covering shoes, warmups, hair, support, and ways to save money, Rori has more to say on dance fashion than she thought she would!

Tangerine Ballerina

 

More Wardrobe Advice On The Web

Costume Time

“Costumes are so important to the overall tone and polish of your recitals.  And as I’ve said over and over again, your recital is your single most important marketing technique.” DeAnne Boegli discusses the importance of seeing costumes first-hand or reading descriptions carefully, and making recital time memorable.

Is a Dress Code Really Necessary?

The Healthy Dancer walks us through the psychological and physiological reasons attire matters in class.

No-Nonsense Series

Boys Do Ballet Too has a series of posts that offer no-nonsense tips for the guys on tights, dance belts, shoes, and more.

5 Ways To Beat The High Cost of Dancewear

Tights And Tiaras knows that dancers operate on slim budgets. Henrik gives a handful of options for cutting costs on dance couture.

Drama-Free Costuming: Yes, It’s Possible!

Right here at Dance Advantage, Suzanne Gerety speaks from experience, providing advice on how dance studio owners can reduce costume grievances and griping, and their own stress, at recital-time.

Flash of Yellow Dem Bones

Do you have thoughts on dance attire, dance fashion, or costumes?

Share them (or your link) in the comments!

And, if you want to participate in our monthly Circle, check out our upcoming topics HERE.

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Nichelle Suzanne began Dance Advantage in 2008, equipped with a passion for movement education and an intuitive sense that a blog could bring dancers together. Nichelle holds a BA in dance and is an instructor with more than 17 years experience. She covers dance performance in the Houston area as a freelance writer and balances daily life as a mom to two young children. In June 2012, Nichelle presented the whats, hows, and whys of blogging on a panel at the annual conference for Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, to better equip artists and companies for engaging their audience and new readers through online communications and content.
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  2. Well.the points discussed here are of great use. The appropriate design and look for the dance dress is needed prominently.

  3. Great post Nichelle. To make the dance form look elegant and pleasant the appropriate dance costume is quite essential. There are some outlets known where you can get them in quite a low price as compared to the others.

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