Awaken your Inner Dancer with these Stylish Outfits!
Are you one of many who wants to work out more and shed some pounds? Hitting the gym, starting a jogging routine around your block or arranging a personal trainer is surely effective, but is it fun? In case it doesn’t sound all that joyous to you, why not consider getting your groove on as a means of losing weight? Did you know that by dancing Salsa for an hour you burn around 480 calories?! A couple hours of boogy woogy a week will do the job to achieve your weight goals in a playful and festive way.
So for all the future dancing Queens and Kings, we have listed the most popular and sufficient dance styles and added some must-have clothing items that you will love wearing while strutting your stuff on the dance floor. Every dance tradition is accompanied by a certain aesthetic; you won’t want to miss out on the heightening experience of a little dress-up before going to your training. From cool beanies for breakdance classes to elegantly flowing tango dresses: we found the quintessential gems that will awaken your inner dancing Queen or King.
The saying goes: it takes three to tango. With this reversible low back dress, you will easily attract the other two.
A beanie is there to support your head while you do all those breakdance headspins. And if you haven’t reached that level yet, the beanie at least implies that you have.
Not for the timid and faint-hearted, this red trumpet skirt... but neither is Lindy hop. If you have chosen this lively dance style, you might as well follow through with a lively outfit.
These retro, black-and-white, leather salsa shoes set you apart from the crowd. Balance your macho man dance moves with the shoes of a gentleman.
Want to impress as the new princess of modern dance? Get yourself these leg warmers that generate immediate dancer credibility and no one will second guess your skills.
Wear these Brazilian training pants as a tribute to the country that gave us Capoeira. Not only do they look great, but these authentic Capoeira pants were made to give you the space you need to move eagerly and freely while training.