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Subject: Upper chest is actually too big--

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Date Posted: Monday, March 24, 06:32:00pm
In reply to: dm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPgtlEPUHVQ 's message, "I came across this clip on youtube re fitting issues on a solo. Can you please share your thoughts on the upper chest problem, too big or too small?" on Saturday, March 15, 05:06:29am

There is too much fabric in the upper chest. The arm hole needs to go over the ball joint of the arm. The sleeve is a little too tight as well. The arm hole needs to be right up under the arm. The entire bodice is too long. It is bunching in the back because it's too long in relation to where the skirt is sitting on the dancers hips. The skirt looks like it is bowing out in back, this is because of the fit issues at the hips.
Also-dancers don't need to yank their arms back-just stand up straight. When using proper body mechanics there shouldn't be too much difference between dancer pose and regular posture.

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I agree with this assessment. (NT).Tuesday, March 25, 08:46:17am

It looks as if the bust area may be too tight, and the upper chest is too wide. The tightness in the sleeve is also causing pulling. (NT).Monday, March 31, 10:29:45pm

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