The models of Dressed 2 Dance are passionate young dancers with a side-passion for activewear fashion. From Chaînés turns to Sissonnes, female dancers need durable clothing and shoes that can handle the action but also last a while. Dressed 2 Dance now offers ballet shoes, trustworthy tights, tasteful apparel, and accessories in the San Diego area for any serious dancer who wants to feel good in their practice wear.
In a recent modeling shoot with some members of the dance team, I invited them to a couple of my favorite spots at the Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego.
Dressed 2 Dance offers stylish, dependable pieces for athletes perfecting an age-old art form. They asked me to photograph the company’s newest styles within a local, urban setting. So, why not take that concept and bring it to the Gaslamp Quarter, where new ideas and a tasteful atmosphere meet a historical part of town?
The company’s ballet leotards and tights maintaining the classic black-and-blush color scheme but using modern, strappy open back patterns simply popped compared to their aged brick counterparts. Using the sun’s light pouring into the brick alley, the leotards and active shorts revealed the dancers’ developed muscle tones, but offered enough elasticity to hold their positions in their poses and actions. And, the models’ strolls through the Gaslamp streets showcased how perfect the activewear fits their age and lifestyle.
If you or a dancer close to you is looking for stylish apparel to fit her lifestyle, visit Dressed 2 Dance’s new location off the I-15 in Rancho Bernardo.
And if your business is looking for a professional to help with product visuals or model photography, drop me a line. I would be happy to set up a shoot location, or work with you on coming to your business instead.