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Subject: I used normal proportions a similar dress - 2/3 to 1/3, with the finished length about mid thigh so she didn't look swaddled in fabric. You might consider a solid color dress with a split skirt and a bright color peeking out the bottom. I was careful not to make the skirt too wide across the front, and watch the side angles too. Dresses on thicker dancers can easily end up very bottom heavy, and it isn't flattering at all! Balance is absolutely key.


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Date Posted: Saturday, October 19, 08:32:02am
In reply to: Sndm 's message, "Hi ladies. I am making a solo for a very large 10 year old. chest chest 39, waist 37.5, dropped waist 40. They came for a fitting last week and it does nothing for her as she is just so big. Obviously you want your dresses to look their best, with a youngster of these proportions, would you go slightly longer or shooter than usual." on Thursday, October 17, 03:24:04pm


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I often ask for pics of the dancer in form fitting clothes. You can then draw on the pic (in paint etc) to see what proportions and angles look best. (NT)bgSunday, October 20, 07:49:28am


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