Dress Code

No school uniforms.

No denim shorts or non-stretchy clothes.

Dance is about feeling good, therefore wear clothes that you are comfortable in and that make you feel good. Wear clothes you can move and stretch in.

Pants or tights past the knee is recommended for the comfort of floor work. i.e. on your knees

NOTE: Wearing Backstreet Dancewear is NOT compulsory – it is optional. However our Bubbly Bacsktreet Team would love to show you examples of what to wear so you can get funked up for class in your own way.

If you are interested in our range of dancewear – we sell them at the studio for all styles and all sizes.

We also sell dance shoes at our Studio for jazz and ballet/contemporary students. See Reception for advice.


Wear appropriate exercise gear of your choice – no school uniforms or jeans/denim shorts allowed.

We encourage students to express themselves through their clothing (as well as in their dancing)

If younger students wear a skirt, please ensure tights/shorts are worn underneath so as not to show any underwear.

We are not fussed with what you wear – as long as you can squat, move freely and feel great.

Wear clothes suitable for exercise – tights/pants/trackies, etc.

For Jazz/Funk – preferably tights and not baggy pants.


Strictly no jewellery or loose accessories to be worn. This can be distracting for the class and the student learning. It’s also a safety measure.


You can accessorise and wear hair/head accessories like headbands/ribbons/hats/etc


Hair tied back and no messy fringes please, including fringes that sweep over the eyes – we want to see your beautiful face. It’s also for safety especially when doing turns.