Sounds like P's been groped. :x I was thinking more along the lines of showing off you lovely bottom every time you spin. :shock: Also something I, personally, would prefer to avoid. But hey. To each her own. :lol: :lol:
If you're a student, Jubilee Market in Covent Garden has some really cute stuff at bargain prices(not large sizes, though). I bought 3 SEXY tops there that I wear with pants for dancing. There are a bunch of shops on Oxford/Regent streets, too, from stuff like Esprit to designer brands.
No, that is not what I mean. :lol: Add the guy's hand just below your waist and movement and the material of your skirt may rid up and before you could say bachata, you could be on your way to maximum exposure and "popularity" with the other guys on the dancefloor, for all the wrong reasons :wink:
Hello everyone :together: .
I have enjoyed your posts for quite some time, and would like to add to this extremely important subject ! (- and please forgive my "english" )
THE salsadress is first and foremost smooth, flexible, showing your figure and not too warm.
The skirt should "embrace" your waist and hips but be "swaying" in the lover part, so that it will "follow you" in your moves/spins.
I think the dress should have a certain "balance" of covering/disclosing your skin, similar to the latin female art of "seducing-but-on-the-same-time-beeing-utterly-innocent (and desinterestet)" of which we non-latinas can learn a lot ! :notworth: Dont believe that "less is more" like the "ballroom latin-dancers" (sorry guys) !
However i can recommend keeping the shoulder/back somwhat naked, which give you a good impression of the hands that are holding you! :raisebro:
The material I found pleasant (and dont show sweatstains) is viscosis, polyamine and silk. If the fabric is "diagonally cut" you will get that smooth sensation of the dress clinging to your body 8).
I can certainly support the recomendation of trying the dress on dancing first. I have had several terrible experienses , also remember not to wear theese superlong-fashion-sleeves that wont allow your leader to grab your hands/wrists.
The overall impression of the salsadress I (again) think should represent the "latino ambience". Depending on mood and occasion either sensual, melancholic or something I cant define wery well like "colorfull/fiesta/fertile-kind-of-thing" (can somebody help me out please...)
MOST omportant however is:
1. Show your figure
2."Work it". No matter how you look in a disclosing dress, wear it with natural pride. Thats what makes you beatyfull.( Think I prooved it myself :? )
3. Make sure it dont fall off!