Has this happened to you? You’ve transported your dance costume in a garment bag and when you pull it out, it’s wrinkled! How are you going to get those unsightly wrinkles out before the competition?
We noticed a lot of questions popping up lately and we wanted to give you some answers. So, here is Part 1 of our Question and Answer with Founder Dennette Nakamura and Designer Kaelin Anderson. Let’s dive right in.
We’ve had so many great years at D.A. Designs and so many of those years we’ve designed and created a lot of custom costumes for every kind of performance team including Dance Studios, Guards, Dance & Cheer Teams, Drill Teams, and Majorettes.
For many years, we’ve had the pleasure of creating magic for the dancers at Step 2 This Dance & Performing Arts, an award-winning performing arts studio in Oakley, California. Lead by Studio Owner and Instructor Amber Weiss, she has had a competition team since the studio opened in 2002, with 20-50 dancers on their competition…
Need to know what to wear under your dance costume? We’ve got undergarment info that’ll ensure everything’s supported, and no one sees anything untoward.
Need help choosing the right shoes to complement your dance costume? We’ve got the tips you need to match shoes to light, dark, or colored costumes.
We’re back, with tips that will help you choose the right makeup to complement your dance costume or uniform!
Want to know the best way to store your dance costume or uniform? D.A.’s own Kaelin Anderson is here with some tips and tricks that’ll ensure your costume holds together for years to come.
We’ve put together a quick timeline of the competition costume ordering process, which you can use to ensure your dancers receive their costumes on-time!
2019 is just on the horizon, and we know you’re already thinking about next year’s dance costumes and competitions!
We’re thinking about next year too, so we thought it’d be useful to talk through the top costume trends we saw throughout 2018. We expect these Top 5 trends to carry through into the New Year, and inform the costumes we create in 2019 and beyond!