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Showdance Rules

For Showdance Rules click here

 
JUVENILE DRESS CODE - FOR 2009 - BRITISH DANCE COUNCIL
Juvenile dress code ages 6-9, 10-11
The girl must wear one colour only.  Shoulders must be covered no open backs or fronts.  Skirts or dresses can have a circular or a one and half circle skirt.  Frills must be short.  Sleeves can be short, half, three quarter or long, they can also be see through.  No see through material or flesh coloured is allowed on the body. 
 
No sparkles are allowed - stones, sequins, metallic materials - no feathers or fringes.
 
The hair must be tidy and a small decoration such as a flower the same colour as the dress is allowed.  No jewellery and no make up.
 
Shoes must be regulatory shoes with a square block heel 3.5cms high.  No high heels are allowed.  They can be white or flesh coloured or the same colour as the dress.
 
Juvenile boys must wear a white long sleeved shirt, a black tie and black trousers.  Shoes are ballroom shoes only - patent or black matt.

For further information on juvenile and junior dress code click here.

Adult dress code

 

LADIES & MEN.
USE OF RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS AS DECORATION OR JEWELLERY IS NOT ' ALLOWED.  CHANGE OF DRESS DURING THE ROUND
IS NOT ALLOWED EXCEPT IN A CASE OF AN ACCIDENT THAT MAKES THE DRESS UNUSABLE.

 

Ladies DRESS-LATIN:
Competition Dress
For the rules regarding the cut of the dress refer to
(
appendix II).
The area between the hip line and the panty line,
plus the breast area must be covered completely.
(Hip line is defined as the top of the hip bone).
No see through material is allowed on these areas.
No high cut panties, tangas, cuts bellow the hip
line and see through inserts in the panties. When
standing the skirt should cover the panties
completely. It is preferable, that the panties show
as little as possible during dancing. If the dress is
two piece, then the top must not be a bra.
COLOUR:
Any colour  except  flesh  (skin colour).
Panties have to be black or the same colour as the dress.
SHOES:
No restriction.
HAIRSTYLES & MAKE-UP:
Excessive make up and too elaborate hair styles
are not desirable.
JEWELLERY:
The chairman can ask the competitor to remove
an item of jewellery if it presents danger to the
dancer or to other competitors.
DRESS-STANDARD:
Competition dress with decoration.
No two piece dresses are allowed. No cuts below
the waist line, no low necklines. The breast area
has to be covered completely. No see through
materials on this areas.
COLOUR:
Any colour except flash (skin colour).
Panties have to be the same colour as the dress.
SHOES:
No restriction
HAIRSTYLES & MAKE-UP:
Excessive make up and too elaborate hair styles
are not desirable.
JEWELLERY:
The chairman can ask the competitor to remove
an item of jewellery if it presents danger to the
dancer or to other competitors.
 

(appendix II)

The area between the hip line and the pantie line and the breast area must
be covered completely. The hip line is defined as the top of the hip bone.

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MEN DRESS-LATIN:
Black or midnight blue trousers. Black midnight
blue or white shirt or top. Any other colour top is
allowed if it is the colour of the material of the
lady's dress. The shirt or top has to be tucked in.
No sleeveless shirt or tops are allowed. The shirt
can be open down to the end of the breast bone.
See through materials can be used as the
decoration but not as a basic material. Vest,
jacket or bolero jacket of the same colour as the
trousers are optional. Tie, Bow tie or scarf
matching the trousers or the top are optional. If a
scarf is worn it has to be tied and tucked inside the
shirt. Combinations of different materials of the
same colour are allowed. No sequinned or
metallic materials.
DECORATIONS:
If decoration is used it should be of the same
colour as the basic material.
SHOES:
No restriction.
HAIRSTYLE;
Short hairstyle is preferred. If the hair is long it
has to be worn in a ponytail.
JEWELLERY:
The chairman can ask the competitor to remove
an item of jewellery if it presents danger to the
dancer or to other competitors.
DRESS-STANDARD:
Tail suit black or midnight blue with all the
accessories (dress shirt, bow tie, studs etc.)