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Subject: Suggestions Please


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 07:34:52am

I have a client looking to have a new dress made for a VERY slim tween going through a growth spurt. Ideally hs doesn't want anything to bring attention to the upper bodice (drawing attention to carriage issues) and something that makes her look skinny. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated

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Correction. - does NOT want anything that makes her look skinny (NT)Thanks againTuesday, July 22, 07:37:22am

I'm quite sure I'll be flamed for this response and I do realize you've come on this board for helpful information. Having said that however, as a designer you are supposed to be the expert and you should know how to address either of these design requests. If you're a new dressmaker jumping on the bandwagon your client needs to be aware of this. Taking on a custom order under the assumption that you have the experience to make and appropriate dress for your client is not OK. (NT)xTuesday, July 22, 02:09:25pm

when the sleeves and bodice are the same color it can hide the curve of the bodice, thus making the dancer look wider. (NT)bgFriday, July 25, 08:16:33am

A very slim dancer can wear the horizontal band/design element at the natural waist. (NT)Shown on many BNDM websitesFriday, July 25, 06:51:30pm

I am just a mom but my daughter had carriage issues in growth spurtmore insideSaturday, August 02, 12:28:34pm


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