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Julianna in a dress and stockings was going just to check the water streams and to get wet a bit. But jets' power took possession of her, kept her for a long under the jet massagers and was about to ripp off her clothes lifting up her short dress and showing her wet panties


Coming along to your classes each week is like a little treat for yourself, an hour or two where you get to leave the world behind and focus on learning, growing and developing your skills. Our students love to wear cute outfits to class, whether its a playful active set in a lovely leopard print, or a decadent lingerie set. This little guide which also features in our Ultimate Virgin Guide shows you what to wear for each class!

The most important thing to remember for pole, is that you need the back of your knees exposed to grip with your skin and your clothes need to be tight-fitting. We have outfits at the studio that you can purchase before your class, so Speak to Siren ahead of time to see if we have your size.


You're welcome to wear heels we also sell these in the studio and we do pre-orders once a term from Pleaser Shoes! For Babydoll Beginner's Pole, we recommend any of the following outfit options: - Booty Shorts with a crop top, singlet or tshirt - Leggings above the knee with a crop top, singlet or tshirt - Lingerie top and bottom suspenders get in the way!

Lyra requires a little more coverage than Pole or Burlesque. This is because the tape that we use on the lyras for a safer grip is really abrasive on bare skin. The top half of your body is not as in contact with the lyra, but just make sure it's tight and doesn't have any 'dangling bits' that could get caught. Your Burlesque outfit will change every term, as this will be determined by the routine that you're learning and what items of clothing you're taking off etc. Your teacher will advise what to bring for the following classes on your first lesson. Most of the students will turn up in some kind of 'lingerie' outfit like the picture above with some kitten heels.

What to wear for lyra

If you're feeling a little nervous, you can always bring a babydoll dress or nightslip to pop over the top of your lingerie and take it off as you feel more comfortable. Sometimes on the first lesson, the students will turn up in activewear like yoga clothesbut this slowly phases out over the weeks as dressing up for class makes everyone feel glamorous and more 'in the mood' for Burlesque. It is very important to wear an outfit that has no buckles, buttons, zippers, rhinestones, clasps or anything that can potentially snag the fabric of the sling. Ideal outfit choices would be: 1.

Tight Leggings like yoga style and t-shirt or sports bra 2. Stockings no garter belts as belts can snag fabric with a leotard over the top.

No fishnets, unless sockettes are worn as toenails must be covered. A tight onesie leotard! Socks or sockettes are a must no bare feet! The backs of your knees and mid-section should be covered completely. Leopard print, lush velvets, cheeky des and fun colours are some of our favourite things!

These brands are deed for pole dancers and aerialists, and combine glamour and practicality in the perfect union. Luna Polewear is a Sydney-based brand that many of you know and love! Made for pole dancers, by pole dancers, the range combines beautiful fabrics and shapes with practicality, perfect for performing. We love the siren, velvet and leopard print des, so naturally we absolutely had to stock their products in the studio! You can check out their story at their wetlook, or browse our selection in store at Sky Sirens.

Sizes range from 6 - Another polewear brand with des that are both fun and functional is USA-based Cleo the Hurricane. They also have sticky leggings for winter poling! Sizes range from XS to 3XL. From block coloured sets with strappy detailing we adore the shades of burgundy, pink and lilac to unique prints and des, we love these outfits perfect for pole and aerials.

You may have seen some of their pieces on our isntructors Rose and Arizona!

The bonus? Here at the studio, we try to cater to all budgets with our range of outfits available to purchase. We also have pole and burlesque shoes, stockings, kneep and accessories, to kit you out for any class.

Catering to curvy sized babes too! Deed exclusively in Melbourne, L'urv's sportswear is crafted from superior fabric and quality materials.

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There are so many cute styles, in soft blush pinks and lush florals! Available in David Jones, and at their boutique in Bondi Junction. Sizes from XS to XL. For a story sweet deal, we love to hit Kmart and Cotton On for reliable basics, and wetlook few fun styles too!

With the rising trend of stylish activewear, these wallet-friendly sirens are catering to the demands of cute, well fitting and fun active styles. Finding brands of activewear with a comprehensive size range can be challenging, and finding brands with cute des and colours can be even harder!

We know it can be tough to find cute lingerie in extended sizes, and even more-so to find styles that you can try on, which is why we do our best to stock inclusive size ranges at the studio. Our styles for curvy babes include cute bodysuits and separates, perfect for aerial arts!

Sizes range from XS to 3XL, and while we do tend to sell out of some sizes fairly quickly, we order new stock regularly! Exotic Athletica is an Australian-based activewear label with a mission to create bright, fun pieces with an inclusive size range.

Their styles include bright colours with flattering scrunched bottoms for that perky peach, and amazing prints with florals, fun graphics and our fave, leopard print. The pink leopard set is to die for! In addition to their standard size range of XS to 2XL, Exotic Athletica also offer a Made to Measure service, meaning you can have pieces made to custom fit your measurements perfectly!

Running Bare was founded in Sydney and has been creating activewear since the 80s!

Their styles are modern, on trend and while a bit more muted than other brands, still offers a range of stylish prints to keep you looking fab. Their sizes range from 8 to 22, and you can find their physical stores locally around Sydney, including at Chatswood and Bondi Beach.

Sustainability can extend to your activewear too! Plus, they are all cute as heck, without costing the earth!

The fabrics activewear is made from are usually synthetic, meaning made from plastic. This means that our clothes are also contributing to the plastic problem in our world today! The creative babes over at Girlfriend Collective use a fabric created from recycled PET drink bottles and fishing nets to create soft and comfortable activewear.

Their styles come in a range of gorgeous colours, with high waists and comfortable, flattering, minimal cuts.

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Their products are only available online, so make sure to check the size chart before you order! All of their fun, colourful des are patterned, cut, sewn and packaged in-house, using Australian-made fabrics. Their prints are created using methods that reduce water wastage, and their packaging is all recyclable too!

We love their bright prints the emerald green print is gorgeous, and we love the unicorn leggings too! Sizes range from 8 - Dharma Bums Yoga and Activewear is a Sydney-based activewear label that focuses on creating stylish and on-trend styles, while being committed to ethical production. Their facilities both local and international are certified to adhere to the standards of the BSCI, which includes fair wages and safe working conditions.

They also use recycled and natural fabrics. We love their range of prints including some stunning florals, and our fave - leopard print!

Cute lace bodysuits and teddies, pole-worthy separates, robes, gowns and babydolls for burlesque beauties, we have it all! We try to ensure we have the perfect pieces to match the routine themes for the term, so make sure you take a peek when you visit the studio! Burlesque icon and glamour enthusiast Dita Von Teese created her namesake lingerie label to help modern fatales adorn themselves with vintage-inspired pieces.

Using her own extensive collection of vintage lingerie as reference, the Dita Von Teese range has gorgeous separates, as well as special pieces like bodysuits, gowns and girdles. Available locally for you to try on in some Myer and David Jones stores the Sydney central ones for sure or online at Porte-a-Vie.

Size ranges in Australian stockists tend to be fairly limited, however some international stockists have a more extensive size range available. In the last couple of years, Bras n Things have really carved out a space for themselves as purveyors of cute, affordable and stylish lingerie options! At Sky Sirens, we adore their range of bodysuits, which are practical and comfortable for aerials while still looking like a divine lingerie piece. Their size range includes sizes 8 - 20 in some styles, and cup sizes up to a G.

From professional dance stockings, to leotards, wrap cardigans and dance shoes, these are the spots to get your dance wear. Deed for the dedicated dancer, these styles are hard-wearing and practical!

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