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Pick an Outfit to Match your Dance Style

Aug 08, 2012

What’s your dance style? ivivva athletica has your ideal outfit, however you choose to move! See our top picks below for two of the best dance outfits and a bonus outfit for life outside the studio. Because let’s face it, when you look great and feel great in what you’re wearing, you take your performance to new heights .For more ideas to fit your dance style, visit ivivva.com

Dance Outfit 1: Ballet

Ballet dancers don’t just dance in class and on stage, they dance everywhere! ivivva’s Dance Everywhere line features a tank, crop, shorts and leotard so you can feel comfortable moving wherever the mood strikes you. Our top pick for class, of course, is the leotard. Made of running luon, it is super soft and wicks sweat away. Like the tank, the leotard features convertible straps to customize fit and move with you. Add the En Pointe Skirt to complete the ensemble. Made of circle mesh, it’s light and breathable to add extra flow to your movement.

ivivva Ballet Outfit (angle)ivivva Ballet Outfit Courtesy of ivivva.com

Dance Outfit 2: Jazz

Okay, a show of Jazz Hands, who loves dance outfits? We do! Especially the Tumblin’ Tank* Gym. Made of Gym Basic, it’s moisture wicking to keep you cool and dry so your dance looks effortlessly beautiful. It has a slim fit through the body with a carved racer back for optimum range of motion. Top it with a Shape Up Shrug – the perfect layering piece for warming up and cooling down. Circle mesh paneling in the back keeps you cool. Don’t forget those dancing legs. The Studio Dance Tight is made of running luon so they’re super soft and wick away moisture leaving you cool and comfortable. With this outfit, moving to the music is literally no sweat!

ivivva Jazz Outfit  (front)ivivva Jazz Outfit Courtesy of ivivva.com

Dance Outfit 3: To & From the Studio

Get there and back in style with the Reverse Me Long Sleeve Tee. This cozy long sleeve tee is reversible so you get two looks in one.  You’ll look and feel like a dancer while keeping your muscles warm and supple after a long hard dance session. The Studio Bound Pant is our super favorite. We love it as much for its super stylish cut as for it’s amazingly comfortable fit. It is made of denim luon, so you have all the moisture wicking abilities of luon with a denim look.

ivivva To and From the Studio Outfit (front)ivivva To and From the Studio Outfit Courtesy of ivivva.com

Have Your Say

What's your dance style? Which outfit is your favorite? Have your say in the comments below.

 

Live To Dance - Emily

 

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