Children’s dancewear is seen in everything from music videos to ce skating competitions. It is seen in dancing with the stars type shows on television to clubs and from Halloween costumes to circuses. These are varied venues but they all have one thing in common: children need dance wear too.
Once upon a time everything had its place and in that place was the proper wardrobe. No one would dream of wearing pajama bottoms to school or they’d be sent home to change. Celebrities appeared on television properly clad. Ballerinas wore tutus and the military wore combats. Once upon a time club wear demanded, if not formal, attire that suited the locale. But times have changed and the lines of acceptability have blurred. Today’s child wears pajama bottoms and combats to school. Celebrities are admired no matter their state of dress or undress. Dancewear for adults and children’s dancewear are acceptable threads at school, on the street, in the clubs and on some jobs not requiring a uniform look.
Dancewear isn’t just about the tutu. It’s about bras and undies, T- shirts and hoodies, warm-up pants and shirts. When you pass children on the street sporting children’s dancewear, this is what they’re about and it gived them style and individuality. Often, comfort and what suits the individual or what looks good on them is what they wear to dance and as they are comfortable and feel they look good, their dance is superlative. If you check the history of the dance, you see that the style of the time was adapted by the dancer to not only fit and look good, but to incorporate into the dance his or her interpretation of the story.
Since times have changed and anything goes, have some fun shopping online for children’s dancewear. Choices abound online that won’t fit on a sales floor in the high street store. It takes less time to shop online. Children’s dancewear now includes dance shoes in sneaker-type designs which can be used for street wear. Jazz shoes come with rubber soles, for instance and ballroom shoes could conceivably be worn to the office or a country music line dance. The uppers come in a variety of colors and materials like canvas and leather.
From warm-ups to dance pants and from body warmers to dance tops, today’s fashions in children’s dancewear are hip and attractive. The choices are limitless. They come in polyesters, cottons, Lycra. They come in matte and shiny textures, sequined and metallic. They come in street wear and formal dance attire. They come in Latin, as well. There are flamenco style dresses, sexy dresses and short dresses. They are red, blue, green, black, lacy, scalloped and scooped. They are short as a tutu or knee or calf or full length. They are skin tight sheaths or full skirted. They are flirty, fun and ‘dancey.’
Once upon a time dance wear was purchased from a specialized shop. Life, however, is lived online now. Have some fun creating the dance with more choices in less time.