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This Bluebird in navy blue velvet tutu has stunning silver and white detailing on the bodice and the skirt, notice the diamond petals detailing in the same vivid blue velvet from the bodice …with contrasting white embroidery to further enhance the petals. This amazing tutu has a regal appeal and would suit a princess or a blue fairy.

The colour is a rich navy Blue with lots of silver and white and would really enhance any performance, stage performances, Solo performances and would be a show stopper at a ballet festival or  for a YAPG tutu

The bodice  is stretchy with blue panels and has while  and sparkles. There is some rich  embellishment at the bust line which is heavily appliquéd for an expensive look. the Appliqué cleverly elongates the dancer and draws the eye to the waist….this is a very detailed and beautiful tutu.

The semi stretched fabric with a six piece panelled bodice gives this costume a flattering tight line

There are 2 sets of hooks and eyes in the back assuring a perfect fit and makes this tutu adjustable with ease. there is also a draw string on the top of the bodice and at the waist for a very close sleek fit.

Custom-made to your measurements, simply provide them in the order notes during checkout or send them separately via email. Our commitment to excellent customer service ensures that your experience is seamless and satisfying.

Please see our measurements guide here

In essence, this Bluebird tutu stands as a testament to elegance, versatility, and craftsmanship. With its harmonious blend of color, intricate detailing, and thoughtful design, it encapsulates the essence of grace and performance. Whether gracing the stage as a soloist or illuminating a ballet festival, this tutu promises to captivate hearts and leave a lasting impression.

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