onpointe stocks our ISTD Regulation Uniform which is pre-requisite for all our children’s ballet classes including Pre-Primary. The entire list below can be purchased via onpointe. Please conveninently place your order via their website or call Lisa:
Molly leotard, Sapphire
Lilly Skirt, Sappire
Leather ballet shoes full suede sole, Pink
Ballet Socks, White
ISTD Headband, Sapphire
Xover, Sapphire (optional)
Boys Practise Leotard (Romeo Leotard), White
Boys Practise Shorts (Radley), Navy blue
Leather ballet shoes full suede sole, White
Queries on sizing etc. parents are welcome to email email@example.com or call 02034880277.
Girls wear a sleeveless Sapphire coloured leotard, white ballet ankle socks (short and free of laces). A Sapphire woollen cross-over may be worn during winter-time. A Sapphire coloured ballet skirt with straps for Pre-Primaries, Primaries and Standard 1. Ask for ISTD regulation wear in the shop. Girls shoes: Soft skin coloured ballet shoes full suede soles (split soles not permitted). Sew on the elastic from the bit between the heal and the middle of the foot holding the heal up.
Ballet tights are worn from Grade 2 / Standard 2 up.
Boys wear a white T-shirt, navy blue shorts or cycle shorts, white ankle socks. PE wear is acceptable. Also for uniform ask for ISTD regulation wear in the shop. Boys shoes: Soft white leather ballet shoes full suede soles (split soles not permitted). Sew on the elastic from the bit between the heal and the middle of the foot holding the heal up.
Hair must be off the neck and securely pinned in a ballet bun, so the neck line can be seen. When practised weekly it should take less than a minute to do. No need of chemical hair spray for class. Natural spray and/or hairpins to flatten the curly bits at the neck and at the front. Beaded hair must be secured. Please see this great ballet bun tutorial: http://youtu.be/urVPCuuEYj8. Click here to get your pins and hairnets: onpointe
All items must be named.
Adults and Children
Shoes must be purchased by a professional retailer – Freed, Bloch, Sansha etc.
Very important shoe information: An elastic strap must be sewed on to the side of the heal on both sides in order for the shoe to stay on securely. The elastic goes across the top part of the ankle and secured on both sides towards the back of the shoe. It is not enough to tie the elastic at the front of the shoe and if tied to hard it will stop blood circulation and will feel uncomfortable.
Alternative dance wear retailers
Freed of London, 94 St Martin’s Lane. Freed shoes are handmade in Britain at very competitive rates.
Sansha, Bloch and Danzia. Three dance wear shops in Drury Lane.
Capezio, 33 Endell Street.