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Subject: It depends on how much you have to let out. If you only need an inch or so, then letting it out at the CB is fine. When you need 2 or 3 inches, letting it out only at the CB rotates the side of the skirt frame forward too far. It is not an issue with the frames that are seamed at the sides, but the ones that are constructed in a single piece tend to buckle and tilt the back up.

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Date Posted: Friday, September 13, 07:02:00am
In reply to: at the zipper at the skirt though. That is the only problem. 's message, "Disagree. I let down few of these kind of dresses and had no problem with the skirt as long as there is some extra room at the zipper seam. Not all the BNDM would leave an extra" on Monday, September 09, 11:02:48pm

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That doesn't make sense to me, even with a side seam doesn't the front of the frame still rotate forward? I feel like I missed something. On a related note, if you have to let out the dress 3" it is probably time for a new dress. I'm sure that's frustrating for some, but that is a big change in size. (NT)too many opinionsFriday, September 13, 10:25:23am

Who makes underpanels as a single piece? Are they circular? Or am I missing something here? What would be the advantage or time saving? (NT)Don't understandFriday, September 13, 10:37:25pm

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