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Dance News & How To's

Posts tagged: How To

Dancewear That's Good for the Earth

With global temperatures fluctuating and sea levels on the rise, it’s never been more apparent that we all need to pitch in to help our world. In this post, we’ll take a look at some things that dancewear companies do to stay eco-friendly as well as some things you can...

How to Put Together a GRIT Dance Tower

If you’ve never used a similar bag before, the GRIT may be confusing to assemble. In this post, we’ve outlined a step-by-step guide to assembling the GRIT Dance Tower. Assembling the GRIT Dance Tower Step 1: Unfold the inner support system of the bag from its collapsed position, ensuring that...

Taking Care of Professional Tap Shoes

If you’re thinking about investing in your first pair of professional tap shoes or are just wanting to know more about how to get the most value out of your professional tap shoes, we’ll be breaking down common ways to care for your shoes in this post. Tap Shoe Leather...

How to Put Together a Rac N Roll

Assembling a beast like the Rac N Roll can be confusing for the first-time user, so in this post we’ll give you a step-by-step breakdown of how to put together your Rac N Roll. Assembling the Rac N Roll Step 1: Lay the bag flat on it’s back and open...

Pronouncing Dance Brand Names

Whether you’re new to the world of dance or you’ve been dancing your whole life, mispronouncing names is something that a lot of us do. It’s especially hard to figure out how to say something correctly when everyone we know says it another way. In this post, we’ll break down...

Does My Turning Shoe Fit Right?

Whether it’s for competition or for class, fitting a turning shoe (or turner,) can be confusing for a first-time wearer. As always, check with your instructor to see what type of fit they want their students to have. In this post, we’ve outlined our favourite way to fit turning shoes....

How Can I Save on Dancewear?

Who doesn’t like to save a little money? Even billionaire Warren Buffett brings coupons to eat at McDonald’s! In this post, we’ll break down some ways you can save when shopping for dancewear. Take Care of Dancewear Items You’ve Already Purchased Maximizing the value you get out of dancewear items...

Sewing Vamp Elastics into Pointe Shoes

  If you find that you go over too far on your pointe shoes or that your arch is slipping forward and out of your shoe when you’re up en pointe, you might need vamp elastics. A vamp elastic is a thick elastic band that goes across the opening of...

Finding the Right Dance Bodysuit

When it comes to shopping for bodysuits there can be an overwhelming amount of options in a range of different fabrics, cuts, and styles. Figuring out what fits and feels best for you can take some trial and error. This process can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be....

How to Attach Pointe Shoe Ribbon

Getting your first pair of pointe shoes is an exciting milestone in many dancers’ careers. However, buying the shoes is only one part of the process, and sewing ribbons on can be quite intimidating if you’ve never done it before. Below we’ve outlined our favourite way to sew pointe ribbons...

Buying Shoes for a Growing Dancer

Fitting shoes for growing feet can be a real challenge. You want them to have enough room to grow, but you don’t want them wearing shoes that could put them in danger of tripping and seriously injuring themselves while dancing. In this post, we break down our method of finding...

How to Attach Pointe Shoe Elastics

If you find the heel of your pointe shoe slides around and rarely stays in place, you might need to sew some elastics into the shoe. As always, check with your instructor before sewing any elastics into your shoes as some teachers are very specific on how they want their...