Worn out from all sides and raised in the 70s and 90s, the velvet ballet flats returns to form this fall and winter 2012 ad trend made of sweetness. Contrast between the leather, hard and thick material, velvet ballet flats fabric is firm and tight, lined with hair, more or less flush, which is surprisingly smooth. In terms of velvet, there are usually silk velvet, velvet ballet flats and cotton velvet ballet flats wool for clothing. In these three subjects you have the simple velvet, where hair is stitched seamlessly on any clothing, velvet ballet flats fabrics ras, an aspect similar to "peach skin" found on the jogging outfits and relaxation, and corduroy, forming lines thicker pile, and is very popular in fashion. This fall, when the wind blows 70's, velvet ballet flats is done in warm tones and natural, like beige, ocher, brown, printed green water, the burgundy and wine-colored Queen of the fall. It warms up the look and is on cuts to pleated pants and shorts, jackets and bent on an officer. It tends to grow if the figure is not too tight or short hair, because it is ribbed. Choose it and then flush pile on further cuts, such as wide cuffed shorts, chino trousers, pleated trousers, boot-cut pants. . . .