I wore this dress for a modern piece in one of my concerts. I'm 5'3", 80lbs, have no boobs, and the P/S worked for me. I'm pretty sure mine was the black/royal color. It looks very pretty if you know how to use it. First, before you complain that it is short, it is a tunic and should be worn over a biketard (mine was the Baltogs shorty tank unitard in navy). Also, it is loose and flowing, so the straps don;t stay up on their own will. My teacher attached snaps to the shoulders of the dress and our biketards so they wouldn't fall off. It tends to cling, but a coat of static guard fixed that for me. Overall, it is pretty and I would defiantly like to wear it again.
I own this dress. These run a little big. If you usually wear a medium adult, order a small adult. Be sure to wear a leotard that does not come up too high on the chest or back. I have worn this dress many times. The fabric is more durable than it looks! To clean it, I just rinse mine in cool water and let it hang to dry!
Although traditional dancers may not like this dress, it is wonderful for worship/liturgical dancers. We wear a long sleeve bell sleeve leotard underneath with a long skirt or palazzo pants. It was beautiful.
My friend and I got this dress for a one night performance, and we were really disappointed when it came in. It's basically a piece of fabric. It's really big, so we pinned it at the bra line to make it look cuter. It turned out fine and was really pretty when we turned, but our parents were mad that they spent 40 dollars on something we could have made ourselves.