Lthe shoes most loved by celebrities are ballet flats: they can’t do without flatshoes in everyday looks. Here’s how to wear them in a trendy way to create truly trendy outfits
The sensuality of a woman is not measured by the centimeter of the heeltrust me. But from the style with which those inches are worn. And from today it is no longer necessary to decide whether to stay on the side of the stiletto or flat shoes because all, but all women, obviously starting from celebrities, run with a pair of dancers. On the feet or in the bag.
On the other hand, the charm of these shoes, which are experiencing yet another great triumph, lies not only in their comfort – it is undoubtedly perfect 365 days a year – but above all in the elegance and style that give a not too studied and swaying gait. In short, the time has come (for the few who have not yet done so) to re-evaluate the dancers and make them a real lifestyle.
Ballerinas: one shoe, a thousand looks
The dancers, despite being mistreated far and wide and defined by some men (but will it be true now that machismo is out?) Are a true symbol of elegance. Their simplicity, in fact, makes them a perfect model for all women.
From the tulip skirt to the carrot pants, from the boyfriend jeans to the more classic longuette: the ballet flats really go with everything.
And, in an era where comfort has become fundamental and “easy” looks are the order of the day, dancers are an indispensable piece among trendsetters.
They go perfectly with light dresses with soft lines for the day as well as with the most elegant little-black-dress for an important event or a special evening. With pencil skirts (adored by Coco Chanel and Princess Diana) they are undoubtedly synonymous with minimalism-chic: you just need a white shirt or T-shirt, a pullover thrown over the shoulders (maybe a band head en pendant) and that’s it. With jeans (of any model) or with a colorful suit I am the timeless touch it takes.
In short, an indispensable choice.
Dancers on the Red Carpet
If you are worried that dancers may have too much “daisy effect”, think about Kate Moss, Karlie Kloss, Jaqueline Bessette, Alexa Chung, Claudia Schiffer, Angelina Jolie, Uma Thurman, Katie Holmes, Elle Fanning or the Olsen twins (if you want to see all the stars you just have to browse the galleries) who wear them with ease both “on the street” and on the red carpet. If they focus on dancers to spend a night of elegance and comfort, who are we to say no?
Dancers between cinema and success
There has always been and there will always be a before and after BB. No one in fact, before Brigitte Bardot she had brought her dance shoes out of ballet schools or big theaters. But she, who had also been a dancer, had been able to experience their comfort firsthand. So, one day, she decided to ask Madame Repetto (the first house of ballet flats) to produce a pair of “day” shoes for her: elegant but simple, chic and essential, minimal but glam, with which you can act but also walk and be feminine. And so it was: after “Et Dieu… creates the femme“- the film tells the life of a young orphan in the small town of Saint-Tropez who becomes the object of desire for all men – the dancers have never left her life. And that of all of us.
But BB isn’t the only dancers-loving star of the past – another big fan was Audrey Hepburn who loved these shoes because they perfectly matched her chic and bon ton style and were able to give a unique note to her outfits in everyday life, both inside and outside the set.
And let’s not forget about Jacqueline Kennedy who loved flat shoes because he considered them the most elegant footwear ever. And then Lady Diana and Meghan Markle: all Cinderella on tiptoe.
W the dancers of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Because so much we know that dancers will never fade!
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