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Dress Code

OCDP does not require a certain dress code for classes (unless stated at the end of a class description) however, below is the recommended class attire for our classes:

You may also see our recommended dress code lists through Revolution Dancewear

Ballet: Pink or black leotard, ballet pink tights, canvas or leather ballet shoes (split sole okay for ages 7-12). Tutus are permitted up to age 6. 7-12 wrap skirts only please. Hair is to be tied back, preferably in a bun.

Jazz or All-in-One: Leotard or form fitting tank/tee shirt, leggings/stretchy bottoms (girls) or workout bottoms (boys), jazz shoes (lace up or slip on)

Tap: Leotard or form fitting tank/tee shirt, leggings/stretchy bottoms (girls) or workout bottoms (boys), tap shoes. *For combo dance use ballet attire and include tap and ballet shoes

Hip Hop: Non-Restrictive clothing- form fitting tank/tee shirt, leggings (girls) or workout/stretchy bottoms (boys), sneakers

Cheer: Non-Restrictive, form-fitting workout wear, sneakers (cheer outfits allowed)

Parent & Me: Non-restrictive clothing, follow the guidelines above for your dancer’s specific class

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Starlettes Performance Group Dress Code

Team members should wear proper dance clothes for their genre of dance. The dress code is as follows:

Ballet: Leotard and tights (your color of choice), ballet pink ballet shoes and hair up in a bun

Jazz or Hip hop: black leggings or dance/workout pants, dance or sports top or fitted t-shirt. Hair secured in ponytail. Tan jazz shoes.

Combo class: leotard and tights (color of choice) ballet pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Hair secured in bun.


Street clothes such as baggy t-shirts, jeans, dresses or open toe shoes are not permitted. This is for the safety of your dancer.