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Old 12-12-2003, 05:51 PM   #18
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Originally posted by FancyStar
I made a crown for my little girl to wear and I really like it.
She's almost 2 and has never been a princess for any committee, but when she wears her crown, she holds her head a little higher.

This is just my two cents on this subject, but I dance at mostly contemporary pow-wows and am most of the time a contest dancer. As a contest dancer, you have to stay with the times.
Sorry,but it's a fact. My daughter loves to dance and I'll continue to make her the best I can to keep her on the cutting edge.
When she gets older, she can change her style to reflect who she is, wearing a crwon or not.

But mostly I just made it because she looks so damn cute in it!

You have a point too, you have to stay with what is in style and all. Almost all southern cloth dancers have crowns and there are some beautiful ones out there. Alot of the beadwork now is added with rhinestone trimming, etc...which makes the outfit stand out.
I think my point was that I don't really think it looks right for an older woman over 40 or so to wear a crown, but that is just one point of view in the whole arena. :D
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