"Whoops!" says Carla. "Yup, we definitely need a bit more waistband back here."
"My dimples are showing?"
"Just don't bend over or you'll show more than dimples! You're about one degree way from a Coppertone ad!"
"It's a period thing. I'll have to show you some advertisements in my collection of old magazines. But actually, in this skin you don't have dimples."
"Aw phooey. Can't I have dimples? What's the point of doing all those leg lifts if I can't have dimples?"
"OK, I'll see if I can add dimples. I want to do this outfit on all the normal skin tones, but I don't think dimples will make a difference. They will still work with all the regular heads."
"So I have to be this pale?"
"I can do a custom outfit just for you, Caddy, if you really like this outfit."
"I'd like that! I'd like to wear this to The Wreck this weekend, if you can get it done in time!"
"I told you you'd like it!"
"That still doesn't get you off the hook. I want my toenails to match my hair."
"Hmm ... the backs of the pants leg need to be a little higher on your calf."
"What are these little notches in front? Am I colonial toreador?"
"No, they should be straight in front. That's an effect caused by the way the skin maps onto the mesh, which gives me yet another thing to work on. There ought to be little belts and buckles at the hems, too; they keep the pants lefts in place. I hope I have the pixels to work with. Let me see the side and do a three-quarter so I can see how the pants drape."