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What is "Basque waist (V waist)" - Definition & Explanation

Basque waist(V-waist) - This dropped waist starts at or just below the natural waistline, and dips in the center creating a "V" shape.
A waist that drops from the centre to create aV shape below the waistline.
This dropped waist starts at or just below the natural waistline and dips in the center creating a "V" shape.

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