AIM students are required to adhere to a dress code for class uniformity and to insure that instructors are able to see dancers' bodies to correct alignment and technique. Many of the required dress code items are available for sale at AIM. Contact us to schedule a fitting for your dancer today.
All students are expected to have a neat and tidy appearance, with hair pulled back away from the face.
Buns are preferred for all classes, and required for all Accelerated Program Classes.
Warm-ups, shorts, ballet skirts, etc. are permitted at the instructor’s discretion and must be removed upon the instructor’s request.
Primary Program Dress Code
Girls - Pink leotard, pink footed tights. Pink leather ballet slippers. Black tap shoes are required for Kids in Motion II and Kids in Motion III. Skirts are permitted, but may need to be removed if they prove to be a distraction to dancers during class. Boys - White t-shirt, black shorts, white socks. Black leather ballet slippers. Black tap shoes are required for Kids in Motion II and Kids in Motion III.
Recreational Program Dress Code
Girls – Black leotard, pink convertible tights. Boys – AIM t-shirt, black shorts or pants, white socks. Trios – Pink leather Ballet shoes, black slip-on tap shoes, bare feet for jazz. Ballet – Girls Pink leather Ballet shoes. Boys black leather Ballet shoes. Tap – Black lace-up or slip-on tap shoes. Jazz – Tan slip-on leather jazz shoes. Contemporary – Bare feet. Hip Hop – Black sneakers/tennis shoes. Shorts/leggings may be worn over black leotard.
Accelerated Program Dress Code
Girls – Leotard color in accordance with level placement, pink convertible tights. Hair in a bun. No skirts. Amethyst – Purple leotard Emerald – Green leotard Ruby – Red/Burgundy leotard Boys – White t-shirt/leotard and black tights with dance belt. Ballet – Split-sole leather or canvas ballet slippers. Pink for girls, black for boys. Tap – Black leather lace-up tap shoes. Jazz – Nude/tan split-sole leather slip-on jazz shoes (no laces). Modern/Contemporary – Bare feet.