Aljazy Al-Habshi (QAT), 2007 Worlds QF
Qatari competition leotards (and I assume those of other Middle Eastern countries) are cut somewhat more modestly.
I don’t like this particular design, but the general concept is really interesting.

Aljazy Al-Habshi (QAT), 2007 Worlds QF

Qatari competition leotards (and I assume those of other Middle Eastern countries) are cut somewhat more modestly.

I don’t like this particular design, but the general concept is really interesting.

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    It may have been before the COP allowed full length unitards in comp- I think it’s only been a few years.
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    I actually kinda like this…in terms of the concept.
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    I mean I don’t like the design, but its not awful by any stretch.
  11. korbutflip reblogged this from leotardsanity and added:
    I really like the way this looks. It reminds me of how leos from the 40s were cut.
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    The white ribbon/scarf thing is a bit weird, but I really like the blue material. It looks kind of like the night sky...
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    I’m not really sure why they do this when it’s explicitly stated in the COP that full unitards (to the ankles) are...
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