based on South African/English (UK) sizes.
Should you not be sure
of the size, stand on a piece of paper and draw the footprint, fax these
footprints to us.
Shoes should be a tight snug fit without hurting your feet.
Kiddies: Small children usually one whole size
larger than the street shoe size. Measure from the tip of the toes to
the heel and the width of the foot across the toes and send this
to us, in cm. Adults: Usually a half size smaller than the normal
street shoe-size. Court shoe ballet usually the same
size as the street shoe. Dancing
shoes should be a tight, snug fit, without hurting your feet.
Use other dancers ballet shoes in the studio to get a benchmark
of your size!
Ballet Catalogue of shoes
for a ballet outfit for the
first-time ballet mom: In
the catalogue sections for balletshoes and the accessories section choose:
from the drop down lists below to see colour and sizes available in these
Black or pink, with elastic and ribbons Anklets:
Short, pink, junior size (above shoe size 3 please
get a senior pair)
or long tights, bought in ages
Popular for flowergirls
A - narrow foot B - normal foot width C - wide foot
Pink/ black or colour required by the teacher
As required by the teacher
from the drop down lists below to see colour and sizes available in
(to keep the shoes clean, optional) Jersey:
Cross-over or spencer type Ballet bag (optional) Crocheted bunholder
(pink), pins and clips
narrow foot B - normal foot width C - wide foot
Popular for brides too.
grade 1,2 - low heel
grade 3 and up -cuban heel.
width A narrow
width B normal
width C wide
Normal street shoe size
Also for teachers,
brides and bridesmaids
the drop down lists below to see colour and sizes available in
Court shoe T-bar.
Also for teachers,
brides and belly-dancers
street size shoe
note that dancers should be fitted properly by a professional fitter,
for their first pair pointe shoes!
please enquire directly to the shop for size
directly to the shop for size
toe pads B Rubber toe protectors depending on availability