Originally Posted by anissayuz
This costume is very beautiful with lots of crystals I have wore it a total of 3 times for one 3 minute song each time. There is no wear no sweat.
Bra 37"end to end I am a 36 c or a 34 D and it fits perfect could be padded for a B cup
skirt is 28" unstretched and 38" max stretch Length is 37-38" long
I bought new from Dahlal for $600.00 Selling for $550.00 Would really like to trade for another costume Not a dark purple as I am not crazy about this
I've taken to practicing my belly dancing for about an hour every time I go to the gym (which is nearly every day of the week), and so much practice has caused this cyclical problem with multiple burst blisters and various painful skin splits, cracks and bleeding on the bottoms of my feet. Guess I need to learn how to take better care of my feet. Barefoot dancing is different than dancing in shoes or en pointe. Found this: http://www.dancemagazine.com/issues/...ody-Happy-Feet
Originally Posted by TanyaLV
This is available but the appliqués are removed There is not a bra selling pieces for $275 plus shipping. Thanks. Can pix through email at TanyaLV2 at aol. Com
so, 2011 was the year of stifled inspiration. I was hoping to have a show of at least 4 choreographies ready for performance by April 2012. so far? 1 complete choreography which the performer, a wonderful dancer and student of mine, has yet to memorize. This is probably my doing as the errant instructor who has reached a very anti-climatic point in her choreography career.
I love to choreograph. I love choosing the music, letting it settle into my bones and loosen up my flesh. Yet, when
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