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How to Avoid Camel Toe in a Custom Designed Dance Costume

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Mon, Jun 25, 2012 @ 14:06 PM

I get asked every once in a while…how do we prevent ‘Camel Toe’? If you aren’t familiar with this term, it refers to the embarrassing phenomenon where the fabric on a pair of shorts, panties, Capri, jumpsuit or pant finds it’s way up into the nether regions of your ‘lady parts’. How does this fabric shift into this position? Well, think about it…

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes, Custom Dance Team Costumes, Custom Cheerleader Uniforms, Costume Design Tips, Costume Fit & Size Tips

Preparing for P-R-O By Melissa: Custom Dance Costume Design Part 3

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Wed, Jun 20, 2012 @ 14:06 PM

My outfit for the P-R-O Convention in Atlanta has been completed! After ensuring the perfect fit, our rhinestone specialist attached hundreds of copper Swarovski rhinestones to the ruffle of the top and the waistband of the shorts for some added glitz. It turned out beautifully, and I cannot wait to show it off!

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes, Custom Dance Team Costumes, Custom Cheerleader Uniforms, Costume Design Tips

Preparing for P-R-O By Melissa: Custom Dance Costume Design Part 2

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Mon, Jun 11, 2012 @ 09:06 AM

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes, Custom Dance Team Costumes, Custom Cheerleader Uniforms, Costume Design Tips

Preparing for P-R-O By Melissa: Custom Dance Costume Design

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Fri, Jun 01, 2012 @ 10:06 AM

I am proud to be representing Satin Stitches this month at the P-R-O Convention in Atlanta. During my time as a pro cheerleader, I never got the opportunity to take classes at a convention like this, but all that is going to change. I was very excited to learn that I would be able to participate in the classes alongside all of the other dancers and cheerleaders!

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes, Custom Dance Team Costumes, Custom Cheerleader Uniforms, Costume Design Tips

Pro Cheer Audition Tips #4

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Thu, Feb 09, 2012 @ 10:02 AM

By now, you’ve got a smokin’ bod, a sassy ‘do, and of course, a fabulous costume from Satin Stitches! But there’s one last thing you cannot forget about – your personality. Being a Pro Cheerleader is all about being the total package. You need to be able to dance and cheer and look good while doing it, but you are also representing your team out in the community. Being able to convey the spirit of your organization while maintaining a professional demeanor and upbeat attitude is essential.

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes

Pro Cheer Audition Tips #3

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Thu, Feb 02, 2012 @ 10:02 AM

Hi! This is Melissa, here at Satin Stitches! At Deborah’s request, I’ve put together tips for dancers who are hoping to audition for Pro or Semi-Pro Cheer teams. Last week's blog dealt with how to prepare – physically for your audition.

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes

Pro Cheer Audition Tips #2

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Tue, Jan 24, 2012 @ 15:01 PM

Hi! This is Melissa again, here at Satin Stitches! Deborah asked me to put together tips for dancers who are hoping to audition for Pro or Semi-Pro Cheer teams. Last week's blog dealt with audition outfits.

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes

Pro Cheer Audition Tips #1 (including audition costume advice)

Posted by Deborah Nelson on Tue, Jan 17, 2012 @ 16:01 PM

Hi! I'm Melissa, a member of our Satin Stitches Customer Service Team, and a former Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader. Deborah asked me to present some tips for all of you who are planning on trying out for a professional Dance/Cheer team this coming year. Here goes...

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Tags: Pro Cheer Audition Costumes

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