Ladies, no strapless, see-through or low-cut (front or back) dresses. Wear a camisole underneath for modesty if necessary. No exposed midriffs or shorty skirts/dresses (you may wear dance shorts underneath if you wish). Make sure you feel comfortable dancing with a partner in whatever you wear.
Gentlemen, you must wear dress slacks (Docker-type business casual pants are fine as long as they don't have rivets) with a dress shirt AND a tie. Suits are great! No denim pants of ANY kind OR color.
IMPORTANT: If you choose to wear something that doesn't meet the dress code you may be removed from the guest list for the rest of the year.
See Fontaine's website for their studio rules on shoes. Bring socks to dance in. http://www.fontainedance.com/
For newcomers, there is no freestyle dancing. The dance is structured and includes dance etiquette as well as mini-ballroom dance lessons throughout the evening. This is a DANCE, not a place to hang out. The format of the dance only works if everyone dances. You will be partner-dancing and switching partners often. No song requests allowed.
We are allowed a maximum of 50 teens and will try to keep the numbers of girls/guys balanced. Once we reach the limit we will start a wait list. Often we are able to fill a few spots that open up at the last minute.