PBS's dress code is an important part of the discipline instilled in a young dancer.Creative Movement
Dancers should stand out in class by virtue of their hard work, not by what they wear.
and Pre-Ballet ladies
wear pink or skin-tone footed tights, ballet shoes (canvas preferred for growing feet), plain pink leotard, and hair in a pony tail or a bun.Beginning Ballet
wear pink or skin-tone footed tights, and pink or skin-tone ballet shoes or pointe shoes if on pointe. Dancers may not wear skirts, baggy T-shirts, or shorts. All leg and body warmers must be tight fitting.Boys and Men
Required leotard colors (plain only) are pink for Creative Movement, Pre- Ballet, Beginning Ballet & Ballet I, dark blue for Ballet II & III, and black for Ballet IV & V. Ballet VI and Advanced may wear any solid color leotard or a unitard. Skirts are not permitted except for Variation and Pointe classes. Hair is worn up and must be in a bun for Ballet III and up.
wear black tights, plain white T-shirt, black or white shoes and white socks, and a dance belt for older boys.Clothing for Adult classes should be comfortable and non-restrictive.
In Modern & Jazz classes all levels may wear any solid color tights and leotard or unitard. Tights for Modern should be footless. Jazz shoes are suggested for Jazz classes.