Our collection of custom-made professional tutus include unique stage costumes with stunning decoration.
Every tutu is made to order by our Team of professional seamstresses who strive to create the best costumes on the market.
Miss Storelli uses all of her experience as a professional dancer and a ballet teacher, in order to create the most original tutus for ballerinas of all age and level.
Dancewear by Patricia's sophisticated fabrics come from France, England, Russia and Japan.
We are proudly suppliers of International Competitions like "Prix de Lausanne", "Varna International Ballet Competition", "Adeline Genee Award" and "American Youth Grand Prix'.
Our tutus are very light and especially conceived for partnering, allowing freedom of movement, in particular during lifts. The bodice is created with a double set of hooks and eyes for a perfect fit, and a string at chest level for better adjustment. The stones used for embellishments and decorations are Swarovski crystals, to achieve the maximum sparkle on stage.
All our professional tutus are platters with 10 layers of the finest net.
Most of our professional tutus feature the "Ombre Dyeing" color (fading color), almost impossible to find on the American and European market.
Tutus will take approximately 4 to 6 weeks to be made, upon receipt of payment and dancer's measurements.
Some tutus, due to the special kind of hand-sewn decorations could take more, this is why it is very important to place your orders ahead of time.
During "peak times" (October to February) orders could require extra time, due to the high volume of work we experience. We advise our clients to order at least 2-3 months before the performance.
We also offer a "rush" service for our dancers who need their costume before the 6 weeks. You can choose the "rush order" option upon check out, to receive your tutu in 3 to 4 weeks. There is a small extra charge for "rush orders", that will be added to your purchase when you check out.
Since tutus are entirely custom-made, you will need to e-mail us the following measurements (if possible in centimeters):