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I have an olive complexion, but this leotard is a garish mustard colour. Perhaps would be remotely better on yellow toned skin. Also the straps have only two places to attach front and back, and the loops on the back are directly under your armpits, they do not line up with any normal shaped ballet costume backline. I will make some new loops, wash it to see if I can fade the colour, and probably just make my own low back nudie. While the back is almost satisfyingly low, the brief portion is very unsatisfyingly low cut. Losing leotard.
Its a comfortable piece that I can see myself using once i fix the placement of the strap hooks in the front (the side hooks I actully like but the front ones are too much to the middle). Love the low back and the convertible pinch front for versatility.
This camisole is very comfortable. I wear a 34C bra, and I needed something that would keep me in without lots of lines and underwires, and this does the trick with its pinched front. The back is very open, and the straps are placed a little strangely, but they stay on my shoulders. The leg line is perfect! It's ballet-cut, not ridiculously high like a lot of other nude leos have, and doesn't ride up. The fabric is very see-through, so it isn't for someone looking for a modest quick-change garment. To make it perfect, I would put the straps a little farther down the back, offer it with nude straps (the clear ones shine under stage lighting), and make it less see-through.