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Old 03-14-2013, 05:39 PM   #17
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It's def not worth wearing in the heat. Calico is nearly as traditional as broadcloth in a way, and its lighter.. It can still hold shells and moderate decoration and is beautiful by itself, too. Or only wear the heavy dress when you are to dance.. keep an underdress on so you don't have to lug around the hot one. Don't sacrifice health and comfort over an outfit, powwows should be fun!

edit: we have thin wool over here at the Pendleton shop sold by the yard. It's not broadcloth or striped but it is quality! I bead strips at the bottom of my Crow dresses to hide the lack of the classic stripe patterns.

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