Dress for Success

Dancers must dress the part. Skaters need skates, swimmers need swimsuits, music lessons need an instrument, dancers need dancewear.

Dancewear is an integral part of every dancer’s life. While parents may wish to buy dancewear that allows some growing room and lesser quality materials for a more cost-effective purchase, this is not advisable. Dance clothing is intended to be ‘fitted’, and have a three-way stretch as part of the functions.

Proper attire doesn't just make the student feel like a dancer, it gives the instructor the ability to check body placement and better assess proper technique.  Above all, dance attire must appropriately support and cover the body.

Dance shoes from Walmart or Target are made of plastic and do not stretch with your child's foot. The cheap taps on the tap shoes often fall off within a couple of weeks. 

Finally, studio uniforms are a way of adjustment and discipline, as well as representing the studio culture. Everyone wearing the same clothing prepares students for a structured environment of dance classroom behavior.

Dancewear discipline is required at Gotta Dance! You have the option of purchasing dress code dancewear in the studio or online through our dancewear site.

Phone: (520) 722-8000
Email: info@gottadancetucson.com
Address: 7878 E. Wrightstown Rd., Suite 100 Tucson, AZ 85715