dressed up like a lady: Dance leotard and jazz shoes.

Nov 28, 2012

Dance leotard and jazz shoes.

Bodysuit: Capezio
Tights: Sockdreams
Cutoffs: Ancient history
Jazz shoes: Dolce Vita







11 comments :

  1. When I read the title, my brain turned Dance Leotard into Jazz Leopard!

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    1. Haha, the weather has been all the eff over the place. Freezing one day, 60 degrees the next. Full disclosure: this pic is a couple days old. We've probably seen the last of the unseasonably warm days, but who knows.

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  3. love the sorts!
    with this body you can wear anything!
    :)
    http://talkingaboutf.blogspot.gr/

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  4. O! hotfully casual. capezio is so cool forever.

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  5. Amazing look, darling!
    Love the tights!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  6. our leotard is great !! You do look like a dancer !

    Much Love
    Heiress
    The Heiress Blog

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  7. You do look like a dancer ! Great Leotard !

    Much Love
    Heiress
    The Heiress Blog

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  8. I immediately thought of Edie Sedwick balancing like a ballet dancer on her bed (http://tinyurl.com/d5b62h7) when I scrolled down to this post! Love it.

    I'm 6ft and anti-wedgie, which has kept me away from body suits as a "grown up". For some reason I assume you're a tall-ish lady, do you have some secret to not having a complete wedgie all the time when wearing a body suit?

    xosp

    vividvoltage.blogspot.com

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    1. Ha! Good call. I'm 5'8", definitely tall enough for it to be a problem, but probably less so. My method is that I stretch them long when they're wet out of the washing machine, then hang them to drip dry. The result is that the leg holes go up to my hips (hence the visibility of my tights above the waistband of my shorts in these pics), but the wedgie factor is *significantly* mitigated. ;)

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