Our general dress code for all** classes at CADA is solid BLACK with hair slicked & secure as to not fall out. This facilitates effective and efficient training ten fold.

-Black attire may include form fitting leotards, leggings, shorts, and tops.
-Lace and mesh is acceptable.
-We do not recommend the use of gore boots.

*Class Specific details:

Ballet: pink split-sole canvas ballet shoes, pink convertible tights (convert to footless), hair slicked in a bun

Tap: black tap shoes with elastic or velcro strap for easy shoe changes

Hip Hop: loose, comfortable clothing with sneakers and socks

Technique & Movement: bare feet, hair secured and slicked out of face

Acro: bare feet, hair secure and slicked out of face; we recommend a low ponytail

**Daytime "Tinies" classes may wear any color leo. 
**All Wednesday evening students may wear any color.

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OUR DRESS CODE FOR MOST ALL CLASSES AT CADA* IS SOLID BLACK WITH HAIR SLICKED & SECURE AS TO NOT FALL OUT.

Class Specific:
Ballet: pink split-sole canvas ballet shoes, pink tights, hair slicked in a bun
Tap: black tap shoes with elastic or velcro strap for easy shoe change
Hip Hop: loose, comfortable clothing with sneakers and socks
Technique & Movement: bare feet, hair secured and slicked out of face
Acro: bare feet, hair secure and slicked out of face; we recommend a low ponytail

*Daytime "Tinies" classes may wear any color leo. 
*All Wednesday evening students may wear any color.



dress code

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official partner of inside out dancewear

This facilitates effective and efficient training ten fold. Black attire may include form fitting leotards, leggings, shorts, and tops. Lace and mesh is acceptable. We do not recommend the use of gore boots.

"Madie explains technique in a way that makes it 'click' for dancers like we've never seen before."

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