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  • Tear dress turn-dip?

    At the last powwow i went to in austin (tx) there was this lady and her two daughters in tear dress in the cloth dance, and they did this dip thing...
    they always danced side by side (each daughter on both sides of momma) and during some (but not all) songs they turned ever so slightly on the dip, taking advantage of the full back of the tear dress, making just barely sway as it touched the floor...
    it was very pretty, though afterwards i didn't manage to get to them to ask about it.
    has anyone else ever seen this?


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    i think what you are talking about is what all southern traditional dancers do
    Don't ever stop dancing

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