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Where To Buy Dance Outfits In Lost Judgment

The Dance Club mini-game rewards you for using dance outfits, stylin’ and profilin’. This guide on Where To Buy Dance Outfits In Lost Judgment will tell you where you can buy all of the dance outfits in the game, including the cost, and where to find the shop that sells all of the costumes.

Where To Buy Dance Outfits In Lost Judgment

Where To Buy Dance Outfits
At the beginning of the game, once you have unlocked School Stories and can begin participating in the dancing mini-games, you will want to visit this store. It’s called the Hustle Boutique, and it sells a number of outfits and costumes, two of which can be used for the dancing mini-games.

Dance Outfit (Hip Hop)
This outfit has a yellow t-shirt with red pants. It costs 36,000 Yen and can be purchased from Hustle Boutique

Dance Outfit (Formal)
This is a tuxedo with a nice bowler hat, all black, real style. This one costs 28,000 Yen and can be purchased from Hustle Boutique

We will continue to update this guide on Where To Buy Dance Outfits In Lost Judgment once we’ve progressed further through the game and discovered the remaining oufits.

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