Stand Out In These 5 Color Schemes

Incorporate these five exciting color stories into your dance wardrobe to stand out at auditions, intensives, conventions, and more.

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No matter the audition, standing out among a crowd of talented dancers is both, necessary and a challenge.  Even if your technique is perfect, it could end up being your outfit that saves the day. At the least, wearing an eye-catching ensemble will capture a judge’s attention. And at most, you give them the opportunity to refer to you as “the amazing dancer in the so-and-so colored outfit”.

And don’t be discouraged if you are limited by a dress code. These fun color schemes make great outfits for dance class, intensives, conventions, and more. So you can stand out no matter where you go.

Millennial Romance

Pink and red isn’t just for Valentine’s Day anymore. This color combo is an exciting trend that can easily be incorporated into your dance wardrobe. But hey – it also does happen to make a good Valentine’s Day class outfit.

Millenial Romance

Pictured: Theatricals Leotard in Pink, M by Mariia Leggings in Red, and Dansbagz Shoe Bag in Pink

Lemonade Splash

Two brights make a right! At least in this case. Be undeniable at jazz classes, auditions, and dance camps in this gorgeous color combo.

Lemonade Splash

Pictured: Under Armour Bra Top in Lemon, Theatricals Shorts in Turquoise, and Theatricals Dance Sneakers

Rock Candy

Soft colors are perfect for ballet-based dancers because they aren’t too distracting and most likely meet dress code. Plus, solid-colored basics in complimentary colors are great because you can always mix and match.

Rock Candy

Pictured: Natalie Leotard in Columbia Blue, Theatricals Skirt in Pink, and Mondor Legwarmers in Ballerina Pink

Blissful in Blue

When paired in various hues, blue makes the perfect statement outfit that is sure to be a favorite. After all, blue is the most popular color in the world.

Blissful in Blue

Pictured: Theatricals Bra Top in Turquoise, Natalie Leggings in Royal, and B-YOU Dance Bag in Royal

Red, Blue, and Bold

Don’t shy away from pairing a striking red with a bold blue. This bold contrast creates an attention-grabbing look that is sure to be memorable.

Red Blue and Bold

Pictured: M by Mariia Bra Top in Red, Natalie Shorts in Royal, Leg Avenue Socks in Red/White, and Theatricals Dance Sneakers

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