Eng Dress Code

Respect the pure beauty of ballet art, starting with dress and appearance.

These seemingly trivial regulations are the essence of ballet training that has been passed down through a century of history. The purpose is to give play to the beauty of the essence of the body and lead students into a focused and rigorous learning mood.

To assist you in preparing your dancer properly for classes, following are specifics on our dress code:

  • No watches, bracelets or any accessories on wrists. We want to see arms without distractions.
  • No jewelry (except small stud earrings). Dangling earrings and hoops are strictly forbidden due to safety reasons.
  • No loose or baggy clothes. Warm-up clothing during cold weather should be fitted and easy to take off.


  • Hair in a traditional ballet bun at the crown of the head. No bangs allowed. The goal is to have the hair off the neck and face to create an elegant line in a style that cannot move around.
  • Leotard of any color and style. Simple designs are always the best option.
  • No skirts attached.
  • Pink ballet slippers with elastic sewn.
  • Pink tight wearing inside the leotard.


  • Fitted T-shirt tucked into black/Grey tights.
  • Black/White ballet shoes with elastic sewn on and white socks.