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Processing & Shipping Time

All Orders from the Studio Wholesale Program™ require time to be put together. On the next page of the checkout process, you’ll choose from a variety of shipping speeds. Keep in mind that these timeframes represent the door-to-door travel time of the package, and don’t include the time needed to process, gather, or pack the order.

Product Availability

Some of the products offered in the Studio Wholesale Program™ aren’t stocked on our shelves, and are instead transferred to us from manufacturer warehouses. Rest assured, we will always reach out to you with an estimate of how long the order will take to get to you.

COVID-19 and Order Processing

Due to the impact of COVID-19, there are industry-wide delays and backorders affecting all dancewear brands. Please anticipate delays. We will provide you with backorder information as soon as we receive those details from our suppliers. The Studio Wholesale Program customer service team is working as quickly as possible to process all orders. Please note we cannot accommodate add-on or rush orders.

Dancewear and Tools for Instructors

Dance teachers and studio owners often focus on what dancers are wearing and performing in, but not what instructors are wearing and using in class. In this post, we’ll explore some different things to think about wearing when teaching.

Dancewear for Instructors

Spending hours on your feet can take a toll at the end of the night. Choosing to invest in supportive footwear or accessories can have a major effect in the long run. Many teachers like wearing sneakers of some sort, whether they be Nikes or a traditional dance sneaker, having something that you can put inserts or orthotics into can help ease pain. Dress in layers to accommodate fluctuations in temperature throughout the night. Moisture-wicking items are also a good idea so that you aren’t stuck in sweaty clothes all night.

Dance Tools for Teaching

Using dance tools can make exercises easier and more effective. They can also be used to highlight different muscles and make it clearer for dancers as to what they should be looking out for in certain stretches or exercises. T Spheres and Ballet Straps are popular tools that teachers love to use in class.

Dressing Up for Dance

Beyond making your life easier and more comfortable, dressing the part in dance class can broadcast a number of messages to your students:

  • Dance should be taken seriously
  • You’re disciplined and dedicated to dance
  • Taking care of yourself and how you present to the world is important
  • You have authority in the class
Obviously, how you choose to dress is completely up to you, but we hope you enjoyed this post about the benefits of wearing proper dancewear in class. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out and talk to one of our dancewear experts.