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Creative Movement & Pre-k tap  Costumes

Costume Care instructions:

Write Child's name on EVERY piece of costume, even both shoes. If it is coming to the Auditorium it should have a name on it!

Remove the costume from the garment bag. Hang upside down and steam out the tutu so that it is fluffy and not wrinkled. You may also leave it in the bathroom as the shower runs to help with steaming.

Costume Changes!

If your child has one or more costume changes they are REQUIRED to have and wear a foundation garment (Nude leotard). You can find these on Amazon, Discount Dance and The Dance Store in Salem. This will aid with quick changes and maintain modesty.

 

 

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Feminine Presenting:

Provided by Studio

  • Pink Dress

  • Pink tights

  • Pink flower crown

Provided by Family

  • Pink Ballet Shoes

  • Nude Leo if they complain about itching or having a costume change

 

Hair:

  • Half up half down with a flower crown secured in hair. Flower crown should be worn at the hairline and pinned in place.

Masculine Presenting:

Provided by Studio

  • White Button Down Shirt

  • Pink Bow Tie
  • Khaki Pants
  • Khaki Suspenders with with Flower Pinned on left side below collar bone

Provided by Family

  • Black Ballet Shoes

  • Nude Leo if they complain about itching or having a costume change.

Hair:

  • Neatly combed and out of face.

PRE-K TAP

Provided by Studio

  • Silver dress with rainbow tutu

  • Green Sparkly Bow

  • Rainbow Shoe bows

  • Nude tights

Provided by Family

  • Black Tap Shoes

  • Nude Leo if they complain about itching or having a costume change.

 

Hair:

  • A high ponytail is preferred. If your hair is too short for that the half up half down, so hair is out of the face. If you need your hair in a bun for ballet you may have your hair in a bun as well.

  • Ballet Bun - this could be a "Happy Bun" (worn low on the back of the head, right above the neck) or a "Classical Bun" (worn on the crown of the head). Hair too short for a Ballet bun should be secured away from the face if it drifts into the eyes. Otherwise it can just exist on the owner's head in whatever way it usually would.

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