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Satin basic camisole dance leotard features a shiny satin front and a nylon blend back. Front satin forms a distinct profile with a subtle sheen for added contrast. Other features include a square cut neckline, straight back, nude adjustable camisole straps, a ballet cut leg line, and colors that are designed to match perfectly with the Theatricals Bando Tutu.
I didn't expect top quality for the price I paid but I also did not expect it to be paper thin and extremely cheap looking. She is only 7 years old but I still do not want her chest showing to the world.
What does girth measurement refer to for leotards?
by: Anna (09/28/2014 - New Zealand) Age: 35 to 44
I am looking at this item Child Satin Basic Camisole Leotard Style No: TH7500C and would like to know what the girth measurement refers to.
My smallest dancer in this group has measurements correct for size Small Child & Im keen to know if her length from shoulder to crotch at 45cm would fit the length of this leotard ?
The girth measurement is the circumference of the torso. It is determined with a fabric tape measure by starting at the top of one shoulder, going down the front of the torso, between the legs and back up to the same shoulder that you started, creating a loop around the body. Then take the combined measurement of this entire loop in inches. Please feel free to call customer service at 1-800-328-7107 with specific sizing questions. - DDS Customer Service (09/29/2014)