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Subject: Tummy Issues


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Date Posted: Sunday, August 06, 10:40:03am

I'm not happy with how a dress sits on a dancer with a tummy. If I take it in at hips it makes tummy pronounced. If I don't, there is too much movement around hips. I'd love to hear what others do when working with tummys.

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I think it helps to bring in the skirt front a bit so that it can remain flat. So instead of having the skirt be set in an inch from the side seams, I might go and inch and a half or even two inches, depending on size. (NT)meMonday, August 07, 12:25:27am


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