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Subject: didn't mean to sound so harsh! Thinking and writing at the same time and then not proof-reading for tone. Sorry!

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Date Posted: Sunday, September 22, 07:35:02pm
In reply to: * 's message, "If you mean too high into the armpit, that is not the problem (you are talking about adding gussets so the arms can move more freely). In fact, having the armscye higher into the armpit is very common in dance wear. This is an upper chest issue, and since the dancer's dance posture involves pulling the shoulders back, if you give more room across the upper chest, when she is not dancing, it will look too big. If you make that adjustment, make sure all concerned know what is going on and why." on Sunday, September 22, 06:17:47pm

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Exactly. The armscye has to be high, but if it is too small, it will pull. Same with the sleevehead. If it is too small, it will pull when the dancer puts her shoulders back. I always explain to the parents/dancer that the dress has to look beautiful while they are dancing, not while they are hanging out (and slouching) with their pals between dances. Solves a lot of problems. (NT)BJSunday, September 22, 09:09:39pm

    No. Size of the cye hasn't a lot to do with it. It's the position of the cyeHTHWednesday, September 25, 03:45:41pm
    • agreed (NT) -- *, Wednesday, September 25, 05:08:45pm

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