Who can afford Kelle Company? We do not show stomachs- not that I think there is anything wrong with it, but it seems like there is always at least one child whom it would not flatter. Usually just my company girls, soloists, and my Advanced classes get Kelle. I do not have a recital fee. I also buy accesories and have them "borrow" them Wiley Roots Brewing Company Greeley Co the studio at recital time.

Hats, chokers, etc I don't mind showing stomachs but I also find that there are Kelle Company one or two dancers in each class that it would not flatter so I don't show stomachs. I would not want to embarass them or myself. I look at some competition teams and see a chubby girl in a 2 piece and I feel so bad for the kid. I also wonder what has gone into the teacher's head, you know. My senior girls could pull off a 2 piece but I asked them if they wanted one and they flat out said no.

I know I am kind of getting off subject here but, although Kelle does have a lot of 2 piece costumes they also have a lot of 1 pieces or a 2 piece that is long enough to not show the belly. PS you should try my accessory idea. In the long run it will save you money and you only have to buy replacements or extras if the time comes.

If I were in a higher income area, maybe that would not be so. I like their stuff. If I use for a class, I make sure it is a costume that my dancers can use twice in the recital I often group dancers together for a large "before intermission" ballet dance.

The girls will wear their costume for their class dance and then again for this dance. I love that Kelle' costumes come in a variety of styles and colors that all compliment each other.

Kelle' is expensive, but I do think that you can tell a little diffenence in quality and even packaging. They are folded but no in a million wrinkles. I also choose a theme for my recitals, Kelle' costumes are pleasantly "simple" and easy to conform to certain themes, by adding my own headpieces, wings, accessories, Kelle Company I do recommend Kelle' Costumes, if cost able. My parents love that. Too pricey for me and a lot of the costumes show too much skin for even high schoolers in my opinion.

While some costs can seem excessive, there are shipping costs, city taxes, state taxes, ect. Having said that, I believe studios must make a profit in order to keep the doors open. It appears that costumes are just ONE stream of income for studios.

Founded inDance. Reach dancers, teachers, choreographers, studio owners, Kelle Company moms, and everyone passionate in dance through Dance. Advertise now. Profile PM Login. I also only usually use Kelle for my competition team. Yeah the I Health Company issue.

I have only used them for higher level or dance team classes, too. I, too, love Kelle' Costumes. I'm not a fan. Costume pricing is an issue we have wrestled with at our studio. Surf ad-free Upgrade to premium membership. About Us Founded inDance. Advertising Reach dancers, teachers, choreographers, studio owners, dance moms, and everyone passionate in dance through Dance.

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