Our Professional leotards are all proudly made in the USA. We use high quality fabrics with a combination of Lycra, Lace and Mesh. Our designs are unique in their classic elegance and subtle sensuality. They all include lining to add more support to the fit as they provide more comfort to our costumers.

Leotard Adi
The Adi Style is our signature leotard. This is Adiarys’s first design. She loves long sleeve leotards and lots of lace. This leotard is a classic line. The high neck and long sleeves add a magic touch to the length of the arm . We cannot fail to mention the strength brought to Adi’s classic with the oval design where lacing recedes to reveal the musculature in the lumbar curve. This is without a doubt the signature leotard taking after her name and specifications. It seems to obey the dynamics of her versatility..
Leotard Ashley
The Ashley Style is a favorite. This leotard has a combination of four different fabrics. The lace over lycra adorns the bust panel,and follows a transition toward the sensual flesh tone of mesh in the back . Its name comes from Boston Ballet’s Ashley Ellis...
Leotard Chanti
Our model Chanti is a leotards with attractive simplicity. It gives a fresh look to the dancers' physical attributes. It is an unmistakable design for the young dancer. However, the opening in its back takes away from its classical look, and suggests a more contemporary look. ..
Leotard Dalay
The Dalay is the fun style of the collection. It gives the idea of a two piece bodysuit. The whole waist in full Mesh is very comfortable and gives the dancer extraordinary freedom of movement. It is the one design which horizontal lines suit the most slender ballerinas. It is named after Boston Ballet’s Dalay Parrondo...
Leotard Giselle
The Giselle model is an unmistakable classic. Featuring a butterfly style mesh alongside the ballerina’s waistline. It draws every ballet lover’s attention to the dancer’s beautiful body core where all movement is supported. Its elegance stemming from its simplicity make this one a truly unique ballet design. It takes its name after Adi Dancewear’s manager Giselle Alfonso...
Leotard Lorna
Adi’s line brings a very special model with Lorna’s. This leotard offers a combination of vintage corset look in the front that caresses the shape of the torso while becoming a totally contemporary perspective on the back with a butterfly shape. Classicism and sensuality are continuous to each other. This design is dedicated to cuban prima ballerina Lorna Feijoo...
Leotard Misa
The Misa Leotard is sensual design at its best. While stretching a line of fabric from the tip of the shoulder to the other, it reveals one other outstanding look to the neck of the dancer. Immediately after that line,our sight is taken to a discreet sensual midline of the body. Nothing can be more overwhelming than its ‘V’ line on the back during an epaulement. This is the model to wear on that day where you want to make a point in your sensuality during an adagio tempo. Its name is derived from Boston Ballet’s Misa Kuranaga...
Leotard Yoko
The Yoko style is an undulating line. Taking after English National Ballet’s Yoko Callegari, it is reminiscent of the famous piece known as “The Wave”. It is in itself a work of art that will reveal one side of your waist in a waving motion that travels from the neck down, and back to the top. It’s highlight is its very asymmetry. It seems as if one were in motion while standing still with Yoko’s model...
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