Being small, I always dreamed of owning black patent leather ballet flats with a strap at the ankle, like those of my friends. The shoe of the girl child model to me . . It was in Annecy, in a shopping spree with a friend, I entered the store of the French brand "Andre" and there they were waiting quietly for years (no, I swear, I n 'not exaggerating!). So for half the price of a pair of Repetto, I made the purchase of these wonderful 100% leather ballet flats, from a special collection "The ballerina Anna for Andre. " Because between you and me, yes the Repetto make more than one dream, but if like me you put on the 40, it is downright ugly! And after information, the price / quality ratio of Repetto and especially price / durability is not equal to their price. Anyway, I do not regret this purchase, because since they have gone to the shoemaker in the spring, I wear them all the time, they go with almost everything and are super comfortable!. I went to the shoemaker on the advice of the seller, because the sole is leather. He resoled my beautiful ballerina with rubber! Otherwise, they would no longer of this world!. Lausanne, 32 all his teeth, a passion for beautiful things, whether it be fashion, photography, music, cinema, arts in general . . The platform shoe: This refers to the sole of the shoe and heel. They are thick soles sitting under the forefoot and is often combined with wedges (as in the years 70), chunky heels or stilettos. The ankle strap shoe: An ankle strap shoe has a single or multiple strap that attaches around the ankle. Belts can also include lace, ribbons and other materials that wrap around the lower leg. The ankle strap ballet flats Flat: Short stories inspired by the dancer and ankle strap ballet flats shoes, this versatile shoe has become a wardrobe staple for women. A plane is a plane Ballet heel shoes. French heel: Many women use them, but do not necessarily know their names. Shoes with a heel of France are of medium height and shape of the heel is curved, slightly thicker than a kitten heel. The Mule: a mule is a slip, backless shoes that comes in various heights and different shaped heels. The forefoot is covered, as in a normal shoe, but the back is open. The Mary Jane Mary Jane A shoe takes you back to your school days, and inspired by the single cross strap, round-toed, low heeled shoes that children often wore to school. The Sandal: Worn as during the day or night, sandals are shoes with open toes and backs and have single or multiple straps for fastening. The Pump: The pump has become almost a generic word for shoe, but officially refers to low-cut shoe that surrounds the foot bindings. It has the back of the shoe cut away to reveal the arches and the sides of the foot. Wedge heel: The heel extends from the back of the shoe right under your feet, wedge-shaped running back and forth. Not all wedges are high heels. The stiletto heel: they refer to the type of high heels, which is sharp and thin. These slender, feminine heels can be as high as 6 inches and designed like the T-Bar Shoes. The peep-toe, has an opening at the tip of the toes showing part of the toes, but not all of the toe line. The opening is generally small and rounded or wedge-shaped. . . .