Small leather ballet flats, fashion and always missed. In an ultra-chic leather, ballerinas iDbyMe are customizable from start to finish. a must to make a unique look. The style of 100% editable. Colors, shapes adaptable, customizable designs, adjusted measures of small to large sizes, everything can change! Customize one of the many models of our designers or create your own custom-made: with iDbyMe, anything is possible, either for fun or find a unique and original gift to offer. iDbyMe you to benefit from high quality items at the best price with its model without stocks and without intermediaries. With iDbyMe, finally go to the luxury fashion and custom tailored to your desires. The original flats ballet shoes flats ballet shoes are specially designed for flats ballet dancers known as the ballerinas. Although the ballerina slipper was born in 1932, in 1947, Rose Repetto ballerina slippers to bring innovation that will revolutionize the small world of dance. As she sought to make flats ballet shoes more comfortable for her son, she had the idea of ??sewing the soles of the shoe upside down and then returned to and it was a revolution. But Rose Repetto did not stop there, she managed to get out of the little ballerina slipper closed world of opera into a shoe unqualified success. And despite the years of flats ballet shoes today is still closely linked to the name Repetto. Already in the years 50-60 the stars such as Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn to help raise the ballerina into a symbol of elegance connected. Since the ballerinas have never ceased to be fashion accessories and fashion often. For a few years later it was Coco Chanel who triumphs with its collection of two-tone flats ballet pumps, flats ballet shoes are going to compete with high heels and shoes on the red carpet. Over the years many artists try their hand at creating new models of ballerinas, because in the fashion world it has become a passage virtually mandatory. Ballerinas go anywhere, they are used in the winter with socks or bare feet in summer, they adapt to all styles, they are worn with jeans or a skirt, for those who want it can find a look ballerina style dress with a tutu and a body in mind the hairstyle with a bun worn low on the neck. The ballerina shoe provides lightweight sensation of well being and freedom. They are an alternative for some women, a pause during which there is no longer perched on high heels for other women, they are the shoes of everyday life, the choice is yours, enjoy it. . . Fashion comes and goes, with me, of course. But in recent years, almost every season, I put on my shoe closet a new pair could not be more conventional, and this usually takes on the appearance of collectionite acute (one day it will take a good psychiatrist to explain why the female falls in a swoon before a single pair of shoes, so pretty they may be). This is a preview of my ballet flats. And I've used other up the sole, almost in tears the day I watched them sink into oblivion in the trash. I have so far found no competition more comfortable, light, feminine and with the incomparable quality of it all together at once. These are my friends on weekends, when my feet want to drop your heels (those shoes, not theirs), find their own comfort, feel good. I feel that I make them happy when I put them on. They give an air of 50's-60's (then I always find it very elegant dress speaking) to any outfit, agree with jeans, shorts and transform me almost Audrey Hepburn (more chic is impossible) version 2011 with my pants 7 / 8 (we will return). The last weekend, I had in mind to find ballerinas red varnished, with a little bow-like Repetto, see. Thank you BB that determines the writing of his lines. I tried models: the varnish was too steep, too low-cut cut (I do not like when we see the birth of the toes, do not ask me why), the trapped bead. I was in despair, out of the question to return empty-handed when the saleswoman told me, but I still have in reserve, the collection of this summer, it must remain a pair me 39. It's suede, it'll be?. Top photo, in the sense of clockwise: André ballerinas, Eram (for Miniprincesse), the Halle, the Redoute (that make me a bad dog, I'm bucket of good ideas to ease the ankle), Eram (for Misspaillettes), Mellow Yellow at the end of life. My Miss are also converted in girls worthy of their mother . . . . I love ballet, and also by an annual purchase, no one is so good in it, and then there are thousands of kinds! They are all beautiful, but my favorites are those just beige suede front! !. Reproduction of the contents of this blog, in whole or in part is prohibited without written permission from the author. Photos, videos, illustrations, images, trademarks, logos and product names not mine and mentioned on this blog are the property of their respective owners. Their origin is always defined. . . .