What to wear
At DCM, we believe that having a Dress Code gives students a sense of belonging to our family as well as creating an identity for our studio in the greater community.
Our Dress Code also:
• Encourage discipline
• Help students resist peer pressure to buy stylish clothes for class
• Help identify non-students in the studio
• Diminish economic and social barriers between students
• Increase a sense of belonging and school pride
• Improve attendance
Uniforms can be purchased from our parent portal or at the studio (subject to stock). View our DCM gear here
Please ensure all parts of your child’s uniform are clearly labelled - individual shoes, socks, underpants...you’ll be amazed at the amount of lost property we generate!
Further style-specific uniform requirements are as follows:
Tiny Tumblers & All Acrobatic Classes
Students do not need footwear for this class.
Students must wear the DCM Acro uniform which comprises of a top and tights, details of how to order will be given in class.
Tight fitting clothing is necessary for safety when being corrected for placement by teacher.
Hair tied back so that they cannot get it caught or tangled in any way when they are doing their tricks.
Footwear, black/tan jazz shoes (presently optional)
DCM company t-shirt or tank from our uniform shop
Leotards, crop tops, shorts or dance tights in any of our company colours, (white or black or aqua or electric blue or pink/purple).
Hair should be pulled back off the face into a ponytail
Footwear, white or black sneakers.
DCM company t-shirt or tank from our uniform shop.
Street wear or leotards, crop tops, shorts, dance tights in any of our company colours, (white or black or aqua or electric blue or pink/purple).
Company caps can be purchased and assist in the Hip Hop mood however are an optional accessory.
No Jeans allowed
Dancewear stores in Adelaide
Dance FX - 152 Unley Road, Unley South Australia 5061 PH: 08 8272 2668
The Stage Shop Adelaide - 3 Leigh Street, Adelaide South Australia 5000 PH: 08 8231 9554