12 tutus, leotards and other pretty finds for your ballerina-in-training
Does your little girl want to be a ballerina when she grows up? Tiny dancers can join the fashion “movement” and don cool dance-inspired clothing — whether they have the moves or not.
Score two tutus for the price of one with this dramatic reversible number. It comes in your pick of colors for the girl who wants it all (or can’t make up her mind).
This sweet, cozy tee is the perfect topper to any tutu, but looks great with jeans too.
These fuzzy Rainbow Brite-inspired leg warmers sass up any outfit. Keep them in your diaper bag in case of a sudden chill in the air. They make adorable arm warmers for mom, too!
The ultimate in girly — tutu tights! Perfect for dance class or just as a subtle way to ballerina-ify an outfit, these embellished tights come in five colors.
Ooh-la-couture! This custom-designed tutu has that extra something special with an assortment of ribbons, flowers, and sass.
Your little hoofer will be a standout at dance class (or at the grocery store) with this whimsical appliqued kitty leotard with just the right hint of sparkle.
Tiny feet dazzle with these adorable silver ballet flats designed for the next generation of ballerinas.
Your little one will go crazy for this shirt that combines two of her loves: ballet and Sesame Street. Only American Apparel could actually make the shirt cool, too.
This headband transforms everything that’s fun about dance costumes — Flowers! Tutus! Pink! — into one cheeky fashion statement.
For your twirly girl this layered, just-poufy-enough number will have her feeling like the princess she is.
This one’s for the kiddo who’s more hip-hop than classical. It seems every dancer on So You Think You Can Dance has these socks, so why shouldn’t your little one join in the ’80s-inspired fun?
She’s not old enough for pointe shoes, but these hard-bottomed ballet flats are a good stand-in. Ribbons tie around the ankle for prima ballerina style.
They’re back! These punky skull-n-bones legwarmers — an update on the ’80s staple — keep gams toasty, whether you wear them thigh high or bunched around the shins.