So this might not be relevant too soon given the pandemic but I’ve been wondering. I joined the school ballroom team in January and they made it clear at the beginning that even though traditionally men are leaders and women are followers, we absolutely don’t have to stick to those. So before covid I went to 2 competitions, one as a leader and one as a follower, and someone had said as far as costumes go that we should make it clear who is the leader and who is the follower. So when I was the leader I wore black shirt/pants. So I was wondering if that is super important or if it can be flexible? Because I like leading but I also like wearing the flouncy dresses and IDK if wearing a black dress would make it clear enough that I’m a leader if my partner is in bright colors? And I’ve seen dances where two men dance together in identical outfits so then it’s not clear at all who’s leading.