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Reading the comments before buying this belt, I worried a lot about sizing. I considered buying the adjustable one, but it seemed much more complicated (& wasn't on sale!). I ordered it in white (goes with most leotards) and when I received it, it looked just like in the picture. It's a tiny bit to large for my waist, but I just move it up (closer to my torso) or lower (closer to my hips) and it fits fine. I know you may worry about sizing, but if you want an alignment belt, then i say IT'S WORTH IT! GO FOR IT!
super comfortable and cute!! i got it in the light blue color and i love it !! but it was a little loose on me i have a kind of small waist but wide hips and it was loose around my waist and kinda hanging there
I am giving it a 4 for not being adjustable. My 7 year old needed one for her ballet class in the hot pink color. It looks cute with her black leotard and when she accomplishes a new lesson she receives a star that I can sew onto her belt. I just wish it was adjustable or they made a kids size. Many moms tie part of it in a knot.
I just received these in white and light pink. They are very useful in class for me. Often at my studio at home, girls wear short skirts in class, but at summer intensives, that often breaks dress codes. These will help you improve technique while also acting as an alternative to other wear during the summer.