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Subject: It really depends on the sequins... I usually use sequins on lycra, and some of them are very light while others are quite hefty. Size of the dancer matters too. Overall I don't find them much different than all (or mostly) velvet dresses, but have had one or two turn out on the heavy side due to fabric.

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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 10:53:55pm
In reply to: ecr mama 's message, "My dd needs a new dress and we are considering getting a bolero type with sequins from below the bolero to the bottom on the skirt. (hope I explained that well) My question is are these dresses very heavy? My dd current dress is super light right and I'm worried that the sequined one will be too heavy." on Monday, March 18, 10:55:40pm

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My Daughter has this exact design and it is not particularly heavy and it has held up well. I will say that there is no way to alter them to let out or down, so once you have grown you need a new dress. (NT)dancemomFriday, April 05, 05:19:51pm

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