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NDCA New Pre Teen Dress Code

 

 

 

At the June, 2007 NDCA meeting, the Board of Governors voted unanimously on the following dress code for pre-teens. The rule change also included "no embellishments of standard figures". This rule change is effective January 1, 2008.

DRESS AND/OR COSTUMING

Pre-Teens must dress as listed below.

 

Boys (Illustrations of approved styles will be posted on the NDCA web site: www.ndca.org)

 

Trousers

Black or dark blue color only

High waist optional

Underfoot strap optional

 

Shirts

Plain white long sleeved collard shirt only

No pleats or ribbing

No wing tip collar

Sleeves to be worn at wrist length

Dark vest or sweater allowed for standard/smooth competitions

Tie - Black color only, may be either straight or bow

Socks - Black or dark blue color only

Shoes- Heel height not to exceed 1.0 inches

Materials - Fabrics must be plain, ie: cotton, polyester, cotton/polyester blend, wool blend

No satin or shiny fabrics

No glitter, metallic thread, patterns or sequins allowed

Decorations - not allowed

Makeup - Not allowed

Hairstyle - Long hair must be worn in a pony tail

 

Girls (Illustrations of approved styles will be posted on the NDCA web site: www.ndca.org)

 

Skirt with top or simple dress with attached under garment or leotard top with full skirt

Skirts

Plain or pleated with minimum 1 to maximum 3 half circles. One simple underskirt allowed which is no larger or longer than top layer

No use of boning, frills, splits, openings, fishing line, etc

Length of skirt must not be shorter than 3 (three) inches above the knee cap and no longer than 1 (one) inch below the knee

Necklines

Boat, high neck, v-neck, sweetheart, 'Peter Pan' collar are allowed

Sleeves

Long, short, elbow length, cap, puff or sleeveless styles are allowed

Cannot be replaced by trimmings, frills, or edging on the shoulder line

Materials

Fabrics MUST be only one color throughout

No glitter, metallic thread, or fabric creating 'light or patter effects'

No use of feathers, fringes, bows, belts, frills or sequins

No flesh color fabric

Any use of color coordinated 'see through' fabric must be lined from waist to shoulder; for use on arms no lining is needed

Shoes

Heel height not to exceed 1.5 inches – blocked heel style only

Other

No use of arm bands, chokers or headbands

No decoration is allowed on dress or in hair

No jewelry is allowed

No makeup allowed

Use of fake eyelashes, fake fingernails, colored or glitter hairspray is forbidden

Socks/shoes: White ankle socks or flesh colored pantyhose must be worn

No fishnet tights

 

 

Motion to Accept: NDTA Second: PDF

Discussion ensued and the rule change was amended to include the following motion as well.

 

Rule change to X, F, 1. (page 31) addition to the end of existing text.

 

No embellishments of standard figures. No change of levels, head rolls, foot flicks, syncopations or delayed timings unless specified within the approved syllabus. Free arms should rise no higher than shoulder level.

 

Abstaining: None

Against: None

Motion Carried Unanimously

 

 

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