Polaris Dance Institute
Polaris Dance Institue
27 S Gateway Dr #107, Fredericksburg, VA 22406
Black genre specific shoes
Ballet Pink Tights 1915C
To minimize distractions and maximize a fun and educational time in the classroom, our Polaris fundamentals are required to follow a simple dress code for each class.
We also like to recommend that the dancer has a dance bag to keep their belongings in, especially their shoes.
For classes with multiple styles of dance, dancers will wear the same leotard and tights for the duration of the class, but will change their shoes half way through.
Ballet Shoes: Bloch Full Sole Dansoft Ballet Slippers
Jazz/Musical Theatre Shoes: Bloch Tan Super Jazz
Hip Hop Shoes: Sneakers with white soles
Classical Ballet Upper Levels
The ballet dress code for Polaris is particularly specific. The dress requirements for any ballet classroom are typically simple, elegant and designed to emphasize the technique of the dancer. Every student in the classroom should be dressed in the exact same uniform to maintain the professional nature of learning a classical art. The pieces for each of the ballet levels at Polaris are chosen carefully to provide the best learning environment for the dancer, in which dress is an important part of the curriculum.
Capezio Ballet Pink Transition Tights 1916C (children) 1916 (adult)
Ballet 4 - Any Style Leotard
Tan Bloch Super Jazz
Light Tan Convertable Tights - 1916C (children) 1916 (adult)
Acro/Lyrical/Contemporary/Leaps and Turns/Musical Theater
Light Tan Stirrup Tights - 1961C (children) 1961 (adult)