Perform with Attitude


Attitude Tutus and Stagewear has been making tutus and other dancewear professionally since 2012 for dancers across Australia and internationally. My tutus have appeared in all major dance competitions across the world and in most of Australia’s local eisteddfods.

I trained under Danielle Legge and Suzanne Dieckmann and owe them both a debt of gratitude for their wisdom, knowledge and experience.

I have recently moved from Sydney’s leafy North Shore to a new studio in south west regional Victoria on the beautiful volcanic plains. In anticipation of this move my focus on commissioned work has gradually shifted towards more and more original Ready-To-Wear (RTW) costumes. With the completion of my new studio my work will now chiefly be RTW.

All sales will be managed through my Facebook page.

While I  focus chiefly on RTW tutus, a  small number of commissions will be offered each year for concepts and designs that extend my current portfolio. If you would like to be considered for a commissioned place on my schedule please send me an email outlining your ideas.

Burgundy Tutus

Lovely, dark sophisticated burgundy, a gorgeous colour for a tutu

Red Tutus

Spanish, Red Queens and just beautiful red, this is a sumptuous colour on stage whether it has a red skirt, white or even pink!

Dark Blue tutus

Royal blue, navy and midnight blue with gold trim and silver trim, white skirts, blue skirts and champagne skirts.

Blue, blue my heart is blue 2017-2018

This has to be one of the most popular colour for tutus. Please enjoy this selection of blue tutus.

Dark Tutus

Dark tutus make dramatic statements. Dancers need to be strong to carry off these colours as competition stages often have black curtains and the tutu can disappear, putting technique into the spotlight.

Apricot and Peach Tutus

Here is a selection of my apricot and orange tone tutus over the past few years. These range from delicate light apricot through the strong Spanish styles in russet tones.

Contemporary Costumes

I don’t make a lot of costumes that aren’t tutus but I do love making lyrical, contemporary and slow tap costumes. I think I just love the soft application of delicate trim and those long drifting skirts.

A suite of romantic tutus

Ballet tutus are not all the iconic classical shape. One of the loveliest styles is the romantic skirt, in either soft tulle or a low profile silk chiffon, often topped with a bodice resembling a corset with a light chemise underneath.