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Oh La LA & Lilly K Dancewaer Model Search

Oh La La Dancewear and the Lilly K Collection is teaming up with DanceWear Corner and Stacy K Photography for another AMAZING Model Search!

You really don’t want to miss this awesome opportunity to meet and take a selfie with  Lilly K from the Lifetime’s Hit TV Show ‘Dance Moms’. This event will be completely FREE and will include dance photography, interviews and the chance to be in a commercial photo shoot for Oh La La Dancewear.  

Oh La La Dancewear and the Lilly K Collection will be selecting 6 Elite Models from this model search that will appear in a commercial photo shoot for the brand. The Models that are chosen will be called and posted on our Social Media accounts. So keep an eye out on our Instagram and Facebook you really don’t want to miss this. Click here to register. 

The commercial photoshoot will be on Sunday, April 22nd starting at 4:00pm, so be ready if you are chosen! These models will also be given an opportunity to represent our brand for 3 months following the model search.

The casting call will be for dancers between the age of 5 to 18. Remember to Dress to impress. If you need any tips on what you should wear for an audition click here to read all about what to wear to an audition 

But it would be a good idea to wear what makes you feel confident, beautiful and ready to be photographed. Oh La La Dancewear will also be available to purchase at DanceWear Corner before, during, and after the event so shop early for the best selection!  

Don’t forget

 DancersHaul’s new subscription box full of items that will be perfect for those who love to be sassy in class and cute on the stage with fun, bright and colorful dancewear.

This box includes one limited edition leotard OR a two-piece set designed exclusively for this box, one limited edition streetwear piece designed exclusively for this box, one matching hair accessory and one surprise item.

How cool to have something new come to your door every month and still be surprised when you open it up.

This subscription box is available in child sizes only. You can find more information by clicking here.
“Why fit in when you were born to stand out!” Dr. Seuss

Oh La La Haul

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out!” Dr. Sues

DancersHaul has a new Subscription Box that will be perfect for those who love to be sassy in class and cute on the stage with fun, bright and colorful dancewear. This haul is in partnership with @ohlaladanewear so make sure to check them out on Instagram. 

This box includes one limited edition leotard OR a two-piece set designed exclusively for this box, one limited edition streetwear piece designed exclusively for this box (that’s right you won’t be able to get it anywhere else) one matching hair accessory and one surprise item (and really who can resist a surprise? It’ll be like Christmas all over again.) 

How cool to have something new come to your door every month and still be surprised when you open it up.

This subscription box is available in child sizes only. You can find more information by clicking here.

Kathryn Morgan And The Kathryn Morgan Haul

Kathryn Morgan

Began ballet at the age of three in Mobile, Alabama under the direction of former principal dancer with the National Ballet of Canada and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Winthrop Corp. After attending a summer program at the School of American Ballet in 2004, she enrolled as a full time student in the fall. Two years later in June of 2006 she joined New York City Ballet as an apprentice the following year in February she became a member of the corps de ballet of the company and she was promoted to soloist in October 2009.

Kathryn has since left the company, but she has continued to perform, teach, and speak around the country. She also runs two amazing YouTube Channels, her podcast “The Kathryn Morgan Show”, and she also writes a column for “Dance Spirit Magazine” she also judges and is a master teacher for the “Youth America Grand Prix Ballet Competition”.

Kathryn Morgan has partnered with DanceWear Corner to create the “Kathryn Morgan Scholarship”, “Kathryn Morgan Collection” and “The Kathryn Morgan”.

The Kathryn Morgan Haul

Is quarterly subscription box for dancers. Each themed box will contain full-sizes products including dancewear, warm ups, foot care, and more!


For this first edition, we wanted to keep you warm and cozy during those winter wonderland days!

What To Wear To An Audition

Much like when we talked about what to wear for a convention. It is important to feel confident in whatever you choose to wear.  However, that being said it is also important to adhere to the auditions dress code. If it is clearly stated that dancers must wear black leotards and pink tights that means that you should show up wearing a black leotard and pink tights, not a purple leotard and black tights or a bra top and legging.

Wear Something You Love

Even if the audition calls for a plain black leotard, wear the one that makes you the happiest in. This will shine through in your performance and help you exude confidence even if you are nerves. If the casting call does not give a specific dress code still opt for something that you love and have worn before. You may have loved the cut out on that leotard in the store, but before you head to an audition make sure they look and feel good while you dance.

 

 

Color Is Great But Keep It Consistent

Some colors just look better on some people. If you look best in teal, or burgundy, or sky blue, wear that color. What you don’t want to do is show up in all three. You want to be known as the dancer in the burgundy leotard not the dancer in the burgundy leotard and odd teal and sky blue skirt. Pick one color that you love on yourself and stick with that color.

 

Become The Character

Keep in mind what role you are auditioning for and stay in that character throughout the audition. If you want to be Clara for the Nutcracker get into character with a white leotard and flowy skirt. If you are auditioning to be Anita in West Side Story get sassy with some heels a red leotard and full skirt. You will have no chance of landing these roles if you dress to blend in.

 

Finish The Look

Whether you are at a Ballet audition or one for theater it is important to look polished and be prepared. In Ballet auditions it is especially important to have your hair neatly pulled back and hairspray into a bun. There should be no wild wisps of hair sticking out. Even in other auditions make sure your appearance is tidy. You don’t want to hit anyone with a runaway bracelet.

 

Don’t Forget The Shoes… Unless You’re Auditioning For Cinderella

But not even then. Bring every pair of shoes you can think of. You never know what a casting agent will ask you to do and you need to be prepared for everything. This means that you should pack ballet shoes, tap shoes, jazz shoe, heels, character shoes, bring it all. Then double check to make sure that you have everything.

 

The most important thing to wear for an audition is a good attitude. For more advice check out Kathryn Morgan’s video Audition Advice for Dancers.

 

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