Ballerinas are back in style again

Ballerinas are back in style again
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Ballet shoes, or ballerinas, are most associated with the 1950s. They were worn by the star of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Roman Holiday” Audrey Hepburn, among others.

Flat heeled shoes, light and suitable both for dresses and jeans are perfect for the transition period. This spring, ballerinas are back in the spotlight among fashionistas and are the basis for many spring outfits. Many designers have given them a contemporary twist.

Whether they are ballerinas with a round, pointed or square nose, fastened around the ankle, in neutral or bright colors – any of the editions will suit the latest street style. Keep texture and print in mind, too. From smooth, satin or leather to snakeskin textures and dramatic animal prints. You are sure to find them in many online stores. It is undeniably a closet item that cannot be missing from your closet.

Read also Pouch bag – the bag that won the hearts of it-girls this spring

Main photo: Edward Berthelot/ Getty Images Entertainment/ Getty Images

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