I love this leotard after I made a small alteration. When you bend backward, the braw part that is under the lace/mesh may ride up and show a gap where you can see your skin though the mesh under the braw elastic line. This is not showing anything inappropriate as the braw fabric part stays in place covering what it is supposed to, however I did not feel that it looked nice to see that. I solved this problem by basting the elastic of the braw section to the seam where the lace/mesh meets the solid lycra of the body, basting a little loosely to ensure adequate stretch when putting on and taking off. I also removed the bra pads as I don't need them but they look like good quality pads for those who prefer to use them.
Welcome to Sandy's Dancewear! Sandys was established in 1956 in Dallas, TX as a mens dress shoe store by Earl Boyse. His son, Randy Boyse, took an interest in the store as a high schooler and started to work for his dad eventually taking over the family business. There was a dance studio in the same shopping center that asked Randy to carry some dance shoes and they would send over their students to be fit by him. There was one problem, there was already a dance store in the shopping center and the dance brands wouldnt open him because he was too close to current accounts. Randy was persistent and finally opened with Capezio as his first brand. He soon started selling out of what he bought. Finally in 2000, Sandy's became a full blown dance store. The rest is history! We now have 4 wonderfull locations that we hope you visit!
Note: Pointe shoes should only be worn with proper training.They can cause injury, if worn improperly. If you are shopping for a first pair of point shoes, it is recommended that the shoes be fitted by a professional to ensure proper fit.
Dance Fashions is a locally & family owned dance apparel store located in Roswell, GA. We have great selections of ballet, ballroom, gymnastics, jazz, hip pop, contemporary, and praise dance wear, uniform and shoes at affordable prices. Stop by our store or purchase online today.
Last fall when the students began to prepare for their adventure, NYU Steinhardt Dance Education Faculty Member and National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) Treasurer Patricia Cohen reached out to her network to see if anyone would like to donate tap shoes for the program. Through the connection of Dance Pathways Founder Susan Epstein, Capezio heard of their need and stepped in to contribute. 59ce067264