Secure and ready to dance the night away!
With endless ways to wrap The Classic Ballgown, The Knotted Tank is great for a little extra support, or even as a way to spice up the regular tank style. The knots serve as anchors to make sure that everything stays in place in the front. But, the best part about each style is that anything can be customized to your body shape and size. Whatever you want to accentuate or keep covered, there is a style that will give you exactly what you're looking for!
Starting with the straps over each shoulder, situate the dress so the seam is where the underwire of your bra would be. Tie a knot in each strap, making sure they are even. Tip: if you'd like a more covered bust line, tie the knot higher on the strap so that it's closer to your shoulder. If you prefer a more open neckline, tie it a little lower. Once you have the knots in place, bring the straps together at the nape of the neck and tie them together into a single knot—this will still give the tank look but it will secure the dress even more with the halter style in the back. If you prefer to have regular tanks, you can cross them in the back however you like. Bring the straps around the front of the body, crossing over the waist (making sure to cover the seam) and secure in the back with a bow or a knot to secure.
This style is great for dancing the night away because it guarantees support no matter what moves you decide to bust out. When you go one way with the ballgown, it will go with you.
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