I got this Leo in a large I have a very large bust and it fits very well. I have worn this in ballet, pointe, contemperary, jazz, and stretch/strength class and it was very comfortable in all the classes! also it doesn't look horrible with a sports bra which is always nice!!(:
I bought this leotard for myself about six months ago and it has amazed me and all of my dance friends. I own about 40 ballet leotards and I try to wear this one at least once a week. (Last week I wore it twice-- lol!) This leotard can't make you look bad! I am not the smallest girl in my dance class, but I am one of them and this leotard still fits me perfectly. The fabric of the leotard itself is just really comfortable! If it helps I am 94 pounds and 5'2 and I ordered an adult small and it fits perfectly! You should definitely buy this leotard!!!!
I love this leotard. The cap sleeve and open back is very flattering and the color is pretty but not too flashy. Moreover, the neckline is also perfect: not to high or low. The only negative is that the strings on the back are slightly distracting during class.
i have a muscular build and bought this for my aerial acro workouts. the medium fit great! The neckline is not too low or too high - good for inversions. I love the rouleaux back detail, it looks like a harp and makes the waist look small. Finally, the cap sleeves with angled neckline are really flattering for the trapezius. The jurassic pink color is not as bright as the website picture; i like it much better in person. Fabric and construction seem pretty durable but you should probably still keep it out of the dryer.
I just got my leotard in the mail today! I love it! The only reason i gave it a 3 in durability is because I haven't washed it yet. The color is darker than the picture. It's more magenta. It compliments the body very well. I have a rather short torso so the leotard helps (Or it may be my imagination) :) Over all, I love it!!!!
The girth is the circumference of the torso. The best way to measure is to start at the shoulder blade with a measuring tape, go down the front of the body and through the legs, up the backside to the same point on the shoulder blade where you started. This will give you the girth measurement. - DDS Customer Service (12/11/2013)