Miscellaneous things needed for a program?

When I say “rinks tends to have a collection of about 2-4 dress designers” I’m speaking generally about the staff/coaches who have contacts for dress designers/sellers. Some rinks I’ve trained at also have dress designer information at the front desk or pinned to an info board. Perhaps that section of my post wasn’t worded in the best way, so hopefully that clears it up.

Actually custom dresses aren’t always expensive and sometimes they are cheaper than second-hand. It simply depends on who you’re working with. I know some skaters who actually make their own custom dresses or have a family member who does, and that’s super cheap.

And yes, I am aware that beginners tend to wear second-hand dresses. I actually say that in my original post :)

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