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Dancing is a popular way to exercise and to have fun. Professional dancing also requires a good deal of time, supplies and effort. If you were interested dancing professionally you need professional dancing supplies, whether they are elaborate costumes for performances, or a pair of sturdy ballet shoes. Below are some popular dance supply terms that are used in traditional forms of dance such as ballet, tap and ballroom.

  • Ballet Shoes – Ballet dancers require special kinds of shoes. For beginners these shoes closely resemble slippers and can be bought at any dance supply store. Professional ballerina shoes cost a good deal more. They have an elongated toe area that has to be well supported and usually each shoe has to be custom made to fit the foot.
  • Tap Shoes – Worn for tap dancing, these are often black shoes, but they can be any color. They have thick metal pads on the heel and toe that allows the shoes to make a sharp tap when they hit the studio floor, thus giving the dance its name.
  • Leotard – A snugly fitting piece of clothing somewhat similar to a one piece bathing suit that is usually made of nylon. A leotard fits around the torso and lets the arms and legs move freely for dancing without any restrictions. Wearing a leotard is often required for ballet classes and dance supply stores often sell them.
  • Tutu – A piece of fabric worn around the waist that usually hangs either to the hips or the knees. They can be made out of muslin, nylon or tulle. Wearing a tutu is a required part of the outfit for ballet performances. They can also be different shapes, from the bell tutu to the pancake tutu depending on the costume requirements.
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    Imaginations Inc
    3237 Waccamaw Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
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    (843) 626-6639
    User Review: "The largest costume and dancewear store in south carolina. The have it all. Over 16 years in business. 14,000 sq ft of..."
    Arts Alive
    115 Surfrider Blvd Unit 4, Longs, SC 29568
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    (843) 390-2787
    User Review: "I've worked with several dance schools in the area and this one by far is the least professional and one of the most..." - jen (SC)
    Encore Studios
    501 Springcrest Dr, Fort Mill, SC 29715
    We've got all your dancing and dance apparel needs covered. Our modern dance studio is equipped with both injury prevention floors and observation mirrors. And our new dancewear boutique sells all the clothing dancers need.
    (803) 802-0855
    Miss Libby's School of Dance
    155 W Wesmark Blvd, Sumter, SC 29150
    (803) 469-8277
    Freed School of Performing Art
    527 N Guignard Dr, Sumter, SC 29150
    (803) 773-2847
    Sugar & Spice Dancewear
    730 S Madison St, Whiteville, NC 28472
    (910) 642-5737
    Dancer Too The
    227 W Pennsylvania Ave, Southern Pines, NC 28387
    (910) 725-1306
    1209 W Roosevelt Blvd Ste A, Monroe, NC 28110
    (704) 296-0306
    Roses Exquisites
    5486 Trade St, Hope Mills, NC 28348
    (910) 423-0050
    Dancer The
    214 Tallywood Shopping Ctr, Fayetteville, NC 28303
    (910) 484-7071
    Movements Dance and Activewear
    7711 Saint Andrews Rd Ste D, Irmo, SC 29063
    (803) 781-4116
    8324 Pineville Matthews Rd Ste 511, Charlotte, NC 28226
    (704) 295-1221
    Champions Gymnastics Training Center
    1061 Camden Ave, Rock Hill, SC 29732
    (803) 366-0505
    Sullivan Dance & Bodywear Inc
    2730 Celanese Rd, Rock Hill, SC 29732
    We are an experienced dance studio with a long roster of satisfied customers and accomplished dancers. We offer lessons in all dance styles ranging from ballet to hip hop. Contact us now to learn more about what we do.
    (803) 366-1760
    Capezio Dance Shop
    4300 Monroe Rd, Charlotte, NC 28205
    (704) 333-4653

    Dancing is an entertaining way of conveying self-expression or having fun with your friends. As serious dancers or as students taking a class for a great workout, we have all, at some point or another, dealt with dancing supplies. Dancing supplies encompass every style of dance, from classical ballet to jazz to hip-hop. Dancing costumes first began to appear in the 16th century, when modern ballet began to take shape and form. Over time, there has become standard apparel for this particular style of dance including a leotard, tights, and specifically designed ballet slippers. During a performance, the apparel becomes more elaborate. The dancers may wear complex skirts, tutus, and pointe slippers. Dancing supplies in stores are often connected to the dance studio itself. Depending on the style of dance the studio teaches, the apparel and accessories will vary. For instance, the types of shoes and dresses available for ballroom dancing are dramatically different from a store that sells tap shoes or belly dancing costumes. Dance apparel stores can be found outside of dance studios as well, stocking basic supplies for most styles of dance. Online stores are another way to find tap shoes, legwarmers, ballroom dresses, elastic headbands, and special name brands. Some stores specialize in children's dance apparel, while others carry both child and adult sizes. They even stock accessories like decorated tutus, special dancing slippers, and much more available by delivery. Regardless of whether you are ordering a new pair of tights for jazz class, or ordering a skirt for belly dancing, you should feel comfortable and inspired by your dancing apparel and supplies.
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