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Have you ever asked yourself where I can get high quality dancewear that will not only look great, but fit great…and oh yeah I want it to come in more colors then black?

All the dance clothing at BDancewear.com is handmade in the USA, from premium fabrics, and every item is available in 200+ colors. We put a lot of love and have a lot of pride in everything we make, we know it’s the highest quality out there because we make it by hand, we are not a middle man like most online dance stores. When you purchase dancewear from us, it is made from a pattern that Cyndi the owner of BDancewear.com has spent 20+ years honing in and making it so it will not just look great on stage but will fit you just that special way a piece of clothing for dance should fit.

Cyndi Marziani the owner of BDancewear.com has spent the last 20 years sewing and designing dance clothing for thousands of dancers. She realized that most the dance clothing you can buy online only comes in black and its usually made by thousands in some factory in China. She felt like that dance clothing is something you should be proud of, something that you are not only happy that you bought, but something you will want to wear again and again.

Cyndi with the help of her son Travis, started this website to address just that problem. They wanted to start a website that took a different approach, a more customer centric approach. They created a dance clothing company that cares less about profit and more about creating the best dance clothing in America. They feel based on the feedback of their customers that they have succeeded, and they plan to continue to make their dancewear better and better.

About the Owner
Cyndi Marziani Bailar DancewearCyndi Marziani has over 20 years of experience creating custom costumes and outfits for dancers of all ages and experience levels. Recently she was inspired to take her talents to a more national scale. Cyndi and her son have made it possible for anyone to get that item that perfectly matches their dance costume. She knows that dancers want creative freedom when it comes to what they wear on stage, and no where else on the internet do you get as many options as you get with Bailar Dancewear.
 
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6 comments

  1. sammy says:

    Hi I am casting a show looking for young dancers. would love to see if you post any casting calls on your site.
    Thank you

  2. Brittany says:

    Hi there,

    I think your blog is so great! My business partner and I currently dance or the Indianapolis Colts, and both danced for the Indianapolis Pacers for years. We have started a new dance company that will feature dance choreography and classes online as well as digital training guides for auditions. We are about a year old and have hosted a big choreography workshop for teams around the area as well as an audition training workshop where 30% of our attendees made the Indianapolis Colts dance team.

    Once our audition training book goes live (end of August), we would absolutely LOVE to be featured only your blog.

    I think our missions are really aligned, and think this could be a great partnership!

    Thanks,
    Brittany

  3. Karen says:

    Is there any good competitive dance studios in St Louis and Richmond, Va? We might be moving and I want a good studio. How do they rank if so? Right now she is at a very good studio in orlando. I just want it to be comparible. Thank you for your help! Karen

  4. Kevin La Rue says:

    Hi – please have Cynthia contact me. My name is Kevin and I’m working with Jordan Matter, NYT best-selling author and dance photographer on his new book, “Tiny Dancers Among Us.” We’re holding a photo contest to select 2 young people in the USA to be featured. Jordan will fly to their town and do a professional photoshoot. We think it would also be a good opportunity to possibly showcase your dancewear. I have graphics, etc. for social.

    More info at: http://www.tinydancersamongus.com

    Please get in touch with me ASAP – contest ends 5/1/17. This is a GOOD thing to share w/ your fanbase. 😉

    Thanks! Kevin

  5. Ricky Rhodes says:

    Hello Bdancewear,

    I am an avid reader of the site. It is where I get most of my dance news, information and inspiration. I made a 3 minute dance film about fame. It features the Paul Smith pink wall in Los Angeles, an instagram phenomenon, and a very talented dancer Louie Rex. I believe it is quality content that the bdancewear would consider posting. Give it a watch and let me know what you think!

  6. Danielle Kilcawley says:

    Hello, my name is Danielle Kilcawley, I am a junior at Carmel High School and I am a member of the Science Research program that my school offers. I am going on to my 14th year at Seven Star School of Performing Arts in Brewster, NY, where I competitively dance.

    As a Science Research member, I have developed a project questioning how eating patterns change post-injury within a dancer population. Dance is something I care so deeply about, that I wanted to incorporate it within my research. As I recuperate from my second hip surgery, I have gained more curiosity regarding dance injuries, how they’re different from other athletic injuries, and what we can do to make the process easier.

    Therefore, I am in midst of data collection, and this is where I need your help. If you would be willing to post a participant recruitment flyer or email out information regarding my study, I would be so grateful. I can put together something in whatever format you deem appropriate, that will discuss what will be asked of those who consider participation, how anonymity will be maintained, and the benefits of my study, with a copy of my official research plan. You will receive any drafts first, so if you decide you would not like to post/email this, I completely understand. I am mainly focusing on recruitment of currently injured dancers (out of dance for minimally one month). I am also looking for uninjured dancers to participate as well, however the vast majority of my current participant pool is uninjured dancers so I am hoping to gain more injured participants.

    My research requires minimal time/effort and no face-to-face requirements.

    This research has been approved by my school and has met all the requirements to be carried out, so my primary priority as of right now is to obtain participants, and if you would be willing to help me I would be immensely grateful.

    Thank you so much for your time, and if you have any questions please feel free to email me.

    Best Regards,
    Danielle Kilcawley
    Science Research Student
    Carmel High School

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