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Question: What type of shoes do you wear to Modern Dance!?
And also, what type of clothing do you guys where to Modern, too!?Www@QuestionHome@Com

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Clothing: Depending the school dress code, usually tight dance shorts (also known as "spankies" or "booty shorts") and a tight tank top!. Some dance studios like you to wear a leotard and shorts!. You can ask them!. !.!. !.

Shoes: Usually you go barefoot, but if you don't feel comfortable turning like that you can try wearing " Foot undeez" or "Dance Paws"!. At first they seem weird, but they are very efficient, and soon you will get used to them!.

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Usually I go barefoot, but there are things called "footundeez" that can help you with turning in modern and may come in handy to you!. I would recommend getting them!. also, I usually wear a tanktop, dance shorts and leggings!. Or, I wear a leotard instead of the tank!. Usually anything that's comfortable for me!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

It depends on what your teacher wants you to wear!. but usually either barefoot or you can wear shoes called "footundeez" by capezio or "dance paws"!. And for clothes, i usually wear tights, leotard, booty shorts, and a tight tank top!. Hope i helped!Www@QuestionHome@Com

Shoes- I always go barefoot!.

Clothes- Unlike most modern classes, my modern teacher is really flexible!. We can ware sweatpants, shorts, shorts over tights, or yoga pants and for the tops we can wear t shirts or tank tops!. But every studio has a dress code so ask ur teacher!. Www@QuestionHome@Com

I usually don't wear any shoes unless we're doing a lot of turns, then I wear my foot panties!.
I usually wear what I wear to ballet to modern!.Www@QuestionHome@Com

Normally you're barefootWww@QuestionHome@Com

foot undeez or dance paws, folded up socks, or bare feet
tights, shorts, leotard, tank topWww@QuestionHome@Com