In Search of the Perfect Ballet Apparel, This Dancer Created Her Own Brand

On a mission to inspire the world through the beauty of ballet, Neta Meir founded the dance apparel and lifestyle brand, WorldWide Ballet.

Neta’s dance career began when she was just 3 years old. By the age of 7, she was training four times a week and enrolled in a performing arts school.

Neta was always in search of “the ultimate warmup outfits” for ballerinas. When she couldn’t find what she was looking for, Neta took matters into her own hands and created WorldWide Ballet in 2012.

Since then, Neta has built a social media following of more than 800,000 people around the world.

Her collections include ballet skirts, accessories, bags, shorts, and trash bag pants. 

Worldwide Ballet

Neta says Tel Aviv is a unique stage that has so much to offer a global audience — from a variety of studios, to a diverse community of dancers.


As a young entrepreneur, Neta has been able to take what she’s learned in dance and apply it to her growing business. She plans to use her platform to remind the world that anyone can dance.

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Check out WorldWide Ballet’s website, Facebook, and Instagram.

You can also connect with Neta Meir on Instagram.

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