Neon Is Making a Comeback

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Easily incorporate this 80s-inspired trend into your dance wardrobe.

Neutrals, it’s time to take the backseat because the 80’s are back. Neon has already begun its transition from runway to retail, and that includes the dance world. It’s the perfect trend to stand out, and as dancers you know how important that is.

Though some may be intimidated by the brightness of it all, we are here to reassure you. Believe it or not, it’s easy to incorporate this trend into your class looks, even if you’re a lover of subtlety.

HIGHLIGHTER HUES

Be hard-to-miss in the brightest of neon. This is the perfect look for auditions and conventions to stand out from the crowd. Dress in head-to-toe neon or use super bright separates for your ensemble.


Pictured Left to Right: N8642 in Turquoise, N8642C in Dark Fuchsia, M2603 in Sunshine Yellow

POPS OF COLOR

Make a serious statement with pops of color. From lavish lime to playful purples, these unique staples are great for classes or camp.


Pictured from left to right: BT5216 Leggings in Black/Lime/White, BB1111 Leotard in Black/Mint, BT5220 Leggings in Black/Purple

CONTRAST-COLORED DETAILS

Love your classic black? We got you covered. Even something as subtle as neon-colored stitching can brighten up a look.


Pictured from left to right: BT5218 Leggings in Black/Charcoal/Pink, BT5217 Shorts in Black/Charcoal/Pink, BT5223 Shorts in Black/Purple

DOUBLE EXPOSURE

Playful patterns merge with beaming brights to create the ultimate standout ensemble – that’s double the fun.


Pictured left to right:
DB326C Leggings in Multi/Black, DB322C Top & DB323C in Turquoise/Black, DB309C Top & DB310C Briefs in Flamingo

ACCESSORIES ARE YOUR BEST FRIENDS

Not ready to go full-on fluorescent? We’ve got the answer: accessories. It’s a subtle (and cost-effective) way to participate in this trend if you’re not ready to commit.


Pictured from left to right: LA6672 in Neon Green, AND5200, IM009 in Fluorescent Pink

 

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