We specialise in finely crafted tutus and costumes that bring characters to life
and make dancers look and feel beautiful.
Each Classically Costumed dance tutu and dance costume is designed and handmade especially for the individual for a unique finish, perfect fit and to allow the dancer to move freely and expressively. Stunning embellishments and flawless attention to detail are what set a Classically Costumed garment apart from the crowd.
We offer a comprehensive initial consultation to discuss your dream costume and how we can make it a reality for you. Visit our gallery where you will see classical tutus, lyrical costumes, slow moderns costumes , jazz costumes, tap costumes, demi character costumes, rhythmic leotards, ice skating, and contemporary costumes we have created.
Classically Costumed also offers a range of pre-made outfits in our shop window, here you can find beautiful lyrical, tap, jazz, demi’s, contemporary costumes in our designer wardrobe, and if you are in need of a tutu have a look at our tutus for sale, visit our shopfront to view these and a beautiful range of dancewear, headpieces and leotards.
Designer Julia Fenton is available to work with dance schools to produce unique and cost effective group costumes and props that are sure to please parents, teachers and dancers.
Enquiries are always welcome!
Long involved in the ballet world, designer Julia Fenton has over 16 years experience which has seen her costumes and artwork distributed around the globe. Julia’s talents encompass a broad range of arts and crafts. She has six years experience working on large stage performances as a Costume & Scenery designer with a premier dance companies, and now creates exclusive costumes for dance companies, dance schools and soloists.
“Working with designs and costumes gives me the opportunity not only to create and produce someone’s dream in rich detail but to bring imaginary characters to life. Each completed costume is unique and each tutu with its many hours in the making is a puff of air that astounds me.”
– Julia Fenton