This stunning tank leotard from Body Wrappers' Tiler Peck Designs features a zip front bodice with empire seaming, an eye-catching power mesh racer back with gathered center seam and narrow turtleneck styling. Leotard has a ballet cut leg line and has self front bodice lining.
My daughter has a 50-51" girth, and typically wears a CL or occasionally we luck out and find an adult XS she can wear. It's hard to find fancy and interesting designs in children's sizes, so we took a chance with this one and are very happy - the XS fits her perfectly, and she says it's very comfortable. The zipper is not as sturdy as I've seen on other similar styles, but it appears to be well made. Use care when zipping and unzipping. So yes, it does run small, but for us that was very good news.
I got this leo for my spring show this year I have it in black the only disappointment is that it can be hard to zip and the zipper gets stuck sometimes. I've washed it several times without any problems
This leotard has a great fit for me, and even though it doesn't have a ton of support, it's tight enough to help support. I also love wearing this leotard in the winter to keep my back nice and cozy without overheating! Sometimes the zipper is a little hard to pull up and it has gotten stuck before, but overall it's a super stylish and classic leotard.
I truly love this leotard! It is stylish and practical. My only compliant is that the plum color is not actually plum. It's like a neon purple-ish color. Not what I expected, but other then that it's a pretty nice leotard!
I should have been a perfect fit for the small according to the sizing guide, but I could barely pull this leotard up, and the material wasn't super stretchy. I did like how the leg openings had elastic and provided lots of coverage—no need to use dance shorts to cover any underwear peeking out.
The plum color looks like a deep purple in the color swatch, so I was hoping that it would have a similar color quality as the navy color in the photo. However, it is actually rather bright, like Crayola violet (see photo), and because the fabric is so shiny, it's not very flattering.