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Date Posted: 22:13:33 05/26/17 Fri
Author: always a challenge
Subject: Yes, you want about an inch and a half extra in the chest for ease and deep breathing. Yes, it is normal for the front of the dress to be slightly longer than the back. Ask to see pictures of the tape measure on the dress so that you can see where they are measuring.
In reply to: - 's message, "How do I shop for a used dress online with regards to measurements?" on 20:32:01 05/26/17 Fri

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  • It often happens that a dress will still fit the original dancer, but may just be getting too short. If this is the case, have them give you the measurements of their dd. Compare these to your dd and you will get a good idea of how it would fit. There is a youtube video of a dancer being measured, I will post the link if I can find it. (NT) -- hth, 00:41:17 05/27/17 Sat
  • This is the video I was referring to. It shows how to measure when having a dress made, but is handy to show where the measurements are taken on the body. Link inside.. -- hth, 00:44:28 05/27/17 Sat

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