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Dress Code

A dancer’s attire greatly determines the attitude toward her class work, and therefore we require that the standard of appropriate neatness be observed at all times.  The teacher may not allow class participation by a student who regularly neglects this requirement.

Hair:  In keeping with the traditions of classical ballet, girls should wear hair fastened securely in a bun on the back of the head.

Why is wearing hair in a bun important?  The correct use and placement of the head and neck are very important in dance for concentration and balance.  Thus when a dancer’s hair is in a bun, this allows the instructor to see the line of a student's body from the head down.

If a student has chin length hair which is difficult to place in a bun, pull hair into a ponytail and secure the sides back away from the face with clips or barrettes.

Jewelry:  Stud earrings are the only permissible jewelry to be worn in class.  Watches, necklaces, large rings and bracelets are not permitted.

Shoes & Tights:  All dancers should wear pink ballet shoes (leather split sole preferred; canvas acceptable) and pink-footed tights ("theatrical pink" preferred; "ballet pink" acceptable).

Cover-Ups:  Students should wear more than just their leotard and tights to and from class; they should wear a modest cover-up (pants, shorts, skirt, etc.) when outside of the studio.

The following are not acceptable in any class: tank or camisole tops; t-shirts; sweat shirts; shorts; warm up shorts or pants; pajama bottoms; or jazz sneakers.

Where to Shop:  The best place to buy dancewear is at a dancewear store.  This is especially true with shoes.  Here are stores where students have previous purchased supplies.  Through September, Dance Fashions stores should give you a 15% discount if you mention you dance at Perimeter Ballet. Throughtout the year, mention "Perimeter Ballet" for a 10% discount.

Alexis Wynter Dance Shoppe (formerly Dance Fashions) :  415 Peachtree Pkwy, Cumming, GA | 770-888-1115

Dance Fashions:  6142 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA | 404-256-9739       

Center Stage II:  3675 Satellite Blvd, Duluth, GA | 770-814-9500

www.discountdance.com - Use our teacher code with every order to support our ballet studio! Receive 8% discount with your first order using our teacher code! Email ballet@perimeter.org for our code. Under STUDENTS, you can find our dress code for younger students. Also, we have a sample size kit for ballet flat shoes for younger dancers in the office (sizes 8.0-1.5), so stop by to get sized before online ordering!

Specific Level Leotard Sytles:

Creative Movement, PreBallet, Grade 1 and 2 Leotard Style:  Light blue/cap sleeve round neck (such as Bloch #CL5402 or Capezio #CC400C)

Ballet I and II:  Black/cap sleeve round neck (such as Bloch# 5402 or Capezio #CC400C)

Ballet III:  Any modest style black leotard

Ballet IV and V:  Any modest style in black as well as burgundy leotard

We will gladly receive any out-grown dancewear or shoes for our borrower’s box.  And if you happen to need something we might have in our box, stop by the office!

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    9500 Medlock Bridge Road
    Johns Creek, GA 30097
    Phone: 678.405.2337
    Fax:  678.405.2009
    Email: ballet@perimeter.org

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