ABT Camisole Leotards were discontinued. The school is transitioning to Motionwear leotards in the colors below to replace them. If you are a parent of a Level 1 or 2 student performing in the Spring 2014 Concert and your child still has the ABT leotard, please check with your choreographer before purchasing anything new, as it may not be necessary to buy anything between now and when your child advances to the next level.
Students must adhere to a special dress code, which is detailed in the student registration materials. Leotards, tights, ballet slippers, and additional attire can be purchased at www.discountdance.com. If you enter the UIYB Teacher ID: TP42039, discounts are available and your purchases earn points for the school to use toward costumes. All Youth Ballet leotards are Motionwear Style #2643. Costumes are also available at the National Dance Academy Store with locations in both Iowa City and Coralville. Store hours vary, and we recommend calling in advance if you are going to visit in person.
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Dance clothes such as leotards and tights of any color, or any loose fitting clothes such as shorts and t-shirts. Students may wear socks, ballet slippers, or be bare-footed.
- Females must wear hair in a bun, pink tights, leotard and pink ballet slippers.
- Leotard colors for each level of ballet: Motionwear Style #2643
- Pre-Ballet: Ballet Pink
- Ballet I A: Lavender
- Ballet I B: Light Blue
- Ballet II A: Candy Pink
- Ballet II B: Raspberry
- Ballet III: Ultra Violet
- Ballet IV: Navy
- Ballet V: Black
- Males must wear black leggings or form fitting shorts, fitted white t-shirt (plain) or leotard, dance briefs or dance belt (depending on age), white socks, and black ballet shoes.
- All dancers must have long hair pulled back from the face, and ballet students must wear hair in a bun. No excess jewelry or skirts are allowed in Youth Ballet classes.
Tap and Jazz students have no dress code, but they must have tap and jazz shoes.
Contemporary Modern students must come to class in loose fitting and comfortable clothing with bare feet. Aside from those enrolled in the Contemporary Modern class, teen/adult classes have no dress code.