Apparently it's possible to have posture that is just too good -- or maybe I'm just jealous. Today's fitting problem is that of the Too Erect figure. This causes the waistline to be too long at center back, and create fabric pools or wrinkles between the shoulder blades.
It is a quick fix as well, with just a single dart across the shoulders.
Start by making a cut across the back where the fabric pools are the greatest, leaving a hinge in the pattern at the arm scythe. Then overlap the two sides, creating a dart that tapers to nothing at the arm scythe. This will shorten the waist at center back, without adjusting the fit at the sides.
And there we have it, all of the fitting problems for the back bodice are fixed. Next week we'll move on to second form of Full Bust Adjustment. If you need a refresher on the first type we did, you can find it here.
As always, if you have any questions leave them in the comments below. And if you have any types of fitting adjustment for the back bodice you'd like me to cover, leave that in the comments as well!