What do hip hop dancers wear?

Bodom (from the French word meaning “the way”) – worn over her dress to make it cling to one another. This symbolizes the way women are allowed to perform their natural state of sexuality.

Bodom (from the French word meaning “the way”) – worn over her dress to make it cling to one another. This symbolizes the way women are allowed to perform their natural state of sexuality. Sash – worn over her dress to keep the fabric from falling in the wind. The sash symbolizes the way women are allowed to dress and move about the world.

– worn over her dress to keep the fabric from falling in the wind. The sash symbolizes the way women are allowed to dress and move about the world. Tights or stockings – worn over her dress to ensure one does not accidentally expose her genital area.

Hammocks – worn over her dress to hold the fabric in place. The hammocks symbolize the way women are allowed to wear and move about the world.

Athletics

Coca Cola or Pepsi Cola – Used to add color to any outfit.

Coca Cola or Pepsi Cola – Used to add color to any outfit. Nae Nae – Used to make outfits lighter.

Nae Nae – Used to make outfits lighter. V Neck Wigs – to make their body less obvious. This symbolizes the way women are allowed to be seen, and to do what they want.

V Neck Wigs – to make their body less obvious. This symbolizes the way women are allowed to be seen, and to do what they want. Sleeves – worn to keep their body covered. The sleeves symbolize the way women are allowed to wear what they want.

Sleeves – worn to keep their body covered. The sleeves symbolize the way women are allowed to wear what they want. Jeans – they look much more casual, and women can wear them to the office.

Jeans – they look much more casual, and women can wear them to the office. Top – for an outfit.

Tops – for an outfit. Leggings – wear to show skin.

Lingerie

Lingerie – made to feel sexy and to show off your body.

Lingerie – made to feel sexy and to show off your body. Lingerie Bags – hold your bra in place