Red ballerinas have never been trends that right now! Be like the bold color, go for it! Bright as lanterns in the garden of fashion, red ballet flats are feminine, they held the color the more sober, they animate your steps and most importantly, they are colorblock! On the cobblestones, the red carpet (too!) Raids beds and asphalt, red ballet flats are comfortable everywhere. Simple, flanges, with buckles or varnished, there a thousand and one ways to wear them. If they are great with a sleek pencil skirt, red ballerinas also agree very well with a dress Apart Fashion white and belted at the waist for a look between the bohemian and rockabilly. This summer, warm up your skirts and shorts your belt with a pair of red ballet flats, big trend in 2011. And underneath? Underwear made of cotton or spandex Skiny will fit the bill!. True to my new resolutions responsible drinking - and because they cost € 165 - I did not buy immediately. I preferred to wait for the summer sales, but they were not resulted. "When you choose a room, check first to be held at least five other pieces that you already own. Follow the credo for all your purchases. . " Bracelet in sterling silver - black blouse Comptoir des Cotonniers - Lipstick Dior Addict N322 - Always GAP Skinny Jean - Red Belt - Handbag Black Scooter - Repetto ballerinas. This outfit is for cooler summer: a basic denim, little gown was purchased this year at the counter, and a thin leather belt with matching red ballet flats. As the shirt is pretty decorated at the neck, no collar is required. So I chose a sterling silver bracelet instead. The red color Dior Addict "Perfect Beige" N322 is just the right tone for me between the beige and pink, it enhances the color of the lips without increasing the make-up. The classic red and black for this outfit. Jeans and top are enhanced by black belt and red ballet flats, and the eyes are highlighted by a halo of gray shadow. An outfit a little more chic with a pencil skirt and a black blazer. The bag, which is actually larger than it appears in the picture, adds a casual touch to the outfit. I always thought that red and khaki green would match very well. Khaki softens the violence of the color red, and red adds pep to a little dull khaki. I have a friend who got jewelry designer crafted a pair of earrings and a necklace red. This is the dress I had in mind for this collage, but I have not yet taken a picture, so I put this pair in place in the picture. . . .