11 Skirts That Were Made for the Summer Studio Life
If you can’t spend your summer in the Mediterranean under actual lemon trees, this skirt is a solid backup. Plus, it gives us serious Beyoncé “Lemonade” vibes, which will help you feel more fierce and less sweaty-mess in class (hopefully).
Elevé Dancewear Denim Jacket Skirt
via Discount Dance Supply
If there ever were a season to break out the hot pink skirt, it’s now. Pair it with your go-to black leotard to liven class up, or go full-on fuchsia with a monochromatic look.
via Bloch Inc.
This turquoise skirt lets you bring the beach to the ballet barre. Its elasticized waistband makes it easy to slip on, and it has the tiniest floral details at the hip.
This lightweight knit might look like your classic wrap skirt, but RubiaWear creator (and Boston Ballet principal) Ashley Ellis designed it with an elastic waist for comfort and ease. The ruffled ends and sheer color options, like Flower Bomb’s soft coral, give the skirt a classic ballerina look with a modern twist.
via Abigail Mentzer Designs
Former Pennsylvania Ballet soloist Abigail Mentzer’s slinky skirt has become a staple amongst pros and students alike. Her silver-lilac Sweet Pea addition pairs perfectly with neutral leos in black or gray.
Teeny tiny flowers in blue, yellow and white make up this patterned chiffon skirt.
If florals aren’t your thing, try a bold print like the one on LeaMarie’s leopard wrap skirt.
via Just For Kix
We recently noticed that pros like American Ballet Theatre’s Isabella Boylston and Boston Ballet’s Misa Kuranaga are bringing longer skirts back into style. This watercolor option from Just For Kix gives you the flowy length at the back with a slightly shorter front if you want to ease your way into the longer look.
via Body Wrappers
This cute dotted skirt has New York City Ballet principal Tiler Peck’s seal of approval (she did design it, after all), and that’s reason enough for us to wear it. Now if only it could help us turn like Tiler.
via Só Dança
This multi-colored floral print will match all of your neutral and pastel leotards—giving you endless ways to wear it.