You’re ready to leave it all on the floor. But if you haven’t been to a Dance Dance Party Party before, you may be wondering which outfit the floor calls for…
“Should I dust off my prom dress?”
“Is this chainmail shirt acceptable?”
“Can I whip out my neon leotard and glitter kicks?”
First of all, great wardrobe.
Secondly, we don’t have rules about what you have to wear beyond something you can move in safely.
But we get it. You don’t want to roll up somewhere wearing the wrong thing.
Most girls wear some kind of work out clothes and sneakers, but here are some other ideas about what you can wear to your first DDPPLA.
1. Work Out Gear To Sweat In
Tanks, T’s, shorts, sports bras, and sweat/yoga/dancepants.
If you’re less of a “glower” and more of a “sweater” like us, you know that you can have as many Beyoncé moments in front of our fan as you’d like in order to try to cool down…
But the room is hot so chances are you’re gonna be drenched quick. Real quick. So wear something you don’t mind getting sweaty.
Rock a leotard with space printed on it with some brightly colored shorts. Feel free to get fierce in your DDPP outfit. Put random lights on your body. Throw your hair up in three buns. Bring pleather back.
Remember, this is a judgement-free zone.
The Sweat Spot’s rubber floors are sneaker-friendly. Some women wear socks, but keep in mind that they can slide. Jazz/modern/tap shoes all are welcome!
We do not recommend wearing sandals or heels as you may hurt yourself on the dance floor, and you want to allow yourself the freedom to move.
4. Bare Feet
Feel the floor. Be one with your hippie-self.
But if you haven’t been growing out your callouses, you may want backup sneakers in case the dance floor fights back!
5. Whatever Moves You
Seriously, you could roll up in PJ’s or wear that prom dress (please someone show up in a prom dress). Treat it like you’re dancing in your room. There just happen to be other people in there too.
Whatever you wear, just be prepared to sweat.
Like a lot a lot.
Remember that thing we said about no judgement? We mean it.