Are you talking about those floor-length chainette fringe overskirts or long beaded fringe?That's about the right length too - I won't wear one of those "fringe skirts" or "fringe belts" anymore (Bad experience!), but this fringe is long without being dangerously so!
The former. Belts on at the waist, and hangs to almost floor length. Really pretty...Are you talking about those floor-length chainette fringe overskirts or long beaded fringe?
Same! This is the kind of little detail that rarely gets talked about in dance classes. Maybe it was more commonly discussed when long-fringe costumes were the norm? I didn't take my first class until '99, which was at the start of the modern Lycra-skirts-can't-handle-much-fringe era.If fringe is too long, it gets to have a lag time which irritates the heck out of me.
So this problem could have been avoided with enclosed-toe dance shoes? You know, you could buy men's ballet flats and paint designs on them with metallic fabric or leather paints so they match your costumes. (hint: henna stencils)I was dancing on the big stage at a big festival...