How Do Majorettes Dress Like In Your Country?

Majorettes are dancers doing a choreographed movement, baton twirling.  They perform this during parades together with marching bands.  I remember as a grader I used to envy how great they look in their glossy, skimpy dresses and how awesome to see those tricky baton twirls.  All were always excited to see them. Young girls dreamed of becoming one but were told that only selected few could become one as there are qualifications to meet like one must be tall, slim, fair-skinned (oh so discriminating!) and must be pleasant looking.

Now living in Thailand, it’s amazing to know that anyone could be a majorette.  Qualifications? Nothing like what were mentioned above. Anyone who’s interested is welcome to join.

Amazing Thailand.

And totally amazing costume!

Majorettes here look like Moulin Rouge dancers.



How do majorettes dress like in your country?


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8 thoughts on “How Do Majorettes Dress Like In Your Country?

  1. Totally what a cutie model you got there. You are right, they have those kind of cute dresses for little girls to be worn only for some occasion, but not for a normal wear. It’s kinda hot to wear during Summer though, but would be a nice dress to have for costume parties.

  2. I’ve seen majorettes only on tv once at the tournament of roses in California. Not here in New York though, unless I’m not just paying attention

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