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Beat to Street : KD Dancewear

Beat to Street : KD Dancewear


When it comes to taking your class wear outside of the studio and to the street, KD Dance has just what you need. KD Dance is an amazing line of knitwear encompassing anything from leg warmers and knit tights to wrap sweaters and tunics.

Their entire collection is original, incredibly well made, comfortable, stylish and can take you anywhere. Most of us are always on the run, so why not take that amazing wrap sweater and pair it with leggings or jeans as you rush off to your next daily task? 

Here we feature a few different products by KD Dance. 

On Ellie (left) is the High Waisted Short in purple. 

On Sydney (center) the Low Rise Sweater Tights

On Claire (on floor) the High Waisted Short in black and matching Crop Wrap Sweater.

These pieces can be worn in any dance or yoga class. Pair the shorts or tights over a leotard for ballet or wear them solo with a bra top for contemporary. Grab your mat and take that same ensemble to yoga or pilates. Hitting the road? Take the leg gins and pair with a tunic and flats.

As for the sweater, wear it as a cover up for ballet, as featured to contemporary, with jazz pants to theater class. Rushing out the studio door? Take that same sweater and pair with jeans or legging s and a great pair of boots and you've got yourself an outfit! 

It's all about taking it from "Beat to Street". 

 

John

Danielle Hernandez

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Danielle Hernandez has been in the dance industry for over 30 years. She landed her first professional dance job at the age of 11.

Danielle received her acting and musical theater training at the prestigious Musical Theater Works Conservatory, and she graduated from Rutgers University with a major in dance and minor in music.

In addition to training and competing with a dance company in NJ, Danielle also trained at Steps on Broadway, as well as Broadway Dance Center. At the young age of 15, Danielle fell in love with teaching dance and coaching competitive cheer squads and dance teams, bringing them to success with state, regional, and national championship titles

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