Sunday, November 30, 2014

The Perfect Christmas List for a Dancer

I know him! I know him!
Courtesy of: Celebrities in View
Now that Thanksgiving is over, everybody is in the Christmas spirit *cue Feliz Navidad* If you're anything like me, I have a hard time putting together a Christmas list. So, that is why I find this post relevant unlike my other posts.

To make myself seem the smallest bit organized I have decide to create a table of contents. Woah...

1. Stocking stuffers
2. $15-$50
3. Money is of no issue

Fancy, I know right.

Stocking Stuffers

  • $6.95 Bunheads Stitch Kit- This thread is stronger than most peoples relationships
      •   Hair Bows etc.

      •   $10.00 Foot Spray- The Body Shop has the best money can buy

      •   $12.00 Pointe Shoe glue- You can also get it at Discount Dance, but by buying this one you save money and all proceeds go to her ballet training :)

      •   Nail Kit- Gotta keep your feet looking pretty even though it seems impossible


      •  $32.75 Ballet Turnboard- Incase any of you are unfamiliar, this simulates turning more times        than what you are used to.
      •  $36.75 Dance Booties- Found at Discount Dance or at Bloch's website. Comes in variety of colors and keeps your feet warm

      •  $29.50 Knit Leggings

      •  Leotards!- You can never have too many of these.

Money is of No Issue

  • Pointe Shoes- News Flash: Pointe Shoes are expensive. If you get all your relatives to buy you a pair, you can save a lot of money.
      •  $200.00 Wireless Beats Earbuds- These can be helpful during performances and competitions   when you are trying to listen to your music and dance at the same time backstage. They are a bit expensive if you can't tell, so it depends on your budget.
      •Gym membership- Surprisingly these can be expensive. They can cost anywhere from $35-$60 a month. If you are lucky to have a Planet Fitness near you, they cost $10 a month.

      •Ballet Tickets

If you have any other suggestions leave them in the comments.

Happy Holidays!
Courtesy of: Redding International Folk Dancers


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