E & M's Dress Code Requirements:

Dress Code & Hair Policy

Students who are not properly attired and don't have their hair properly fixed will not be allowed to participate in class. Our attire guidelines are put in place as an honor to the classical world of dance. The uniform look allows the teachers to focus on making sure proper technique and muscles are being used and minimizes distractions in class. Also, when all students are dressed like professional dancers they dance like professional dancers. The staff at E & M appreciates your cooperation and attention to our dress code.

 

  • Combo Classes- Pink Tights, Black Leotard, pink ballet shoes, black jazz shoes, black tap shoes​​ hair in a bun

  • Ballet Classes- Any color leotard, Pink Ballet Shoes, Pink Tights, hair in a bun

  • Pointe Classes-Any color leotard, Pink Pointe Shoes, Pink Tights, hair in a bun

  • Tap Classes- Fitted Athletic attire, Black Tap Shoes, Hair pulled back neatly

  • Jazz Classes- Fitted Athletic attire, Black Jazz Shoes, Hair pulled back neatly

  • Lyrical/Modern Classes- Fitted athletic attire, No Shoes, hair pulled back neatly

  • Musical Theatre- Fitted Athletic attire, 1.5 inch tan character shoes, hair pulled back neatly

  • Leaps & Turns- Fitted athletic Attire, jazz shoes, hair pulled back neatly

  • Flexibility & stretch- Fitted athletic attire, No Shoes, hair pulled back neatly

  • Hip Hop- Fitted athletic Attire, jazz shoes, hair pulled back neatly

  • Tumbling-Fitted athletic Attire, No Shoes, hair pulled back neatly

 

 

 

 

We recommend purchasing dance attire and shoes from the following places:

1) Studio E & M's Revolution Dance Products 

2)  Ellman's in Carytown

3) Discount Dance Supply online-www.discountdance.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to buy:

Helpful Videos

Video 1: How to make a bun using the Whirl-a-Style bun maker.  Available at Pointe Dance Boutique.

Video 2: How to make a bun using a donut style bun maker.  Available at Pointe Dance Boutique and most retail stores.

Video 3: How to make a ballet bun without using a bun maker.