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 Post subject: Dancer's Fashion
PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2005 3:13 am 
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Hey everyone,

This is just a general question...I see a lot of dancer's rehearsing with one leg of their trousers rolled up to their knee.
I was just wondering whether there was a reason for this or if it's just dancer's fashion??

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Dancer246 xx

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i always used to wonder about this as well, but recently i started wearing jazz pants and the material kind of restricts movement, especially when doing jumps or allegro, so rolling them up keeps them out of the way.

but why it would be just one leg i dont know!

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2005 3:55 am 
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Thank you Fairydancer..I suppose each dancer has their individual preferences when it comes to clothing and how they wear it :D

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