Ballet-inspired Fashion (continued)

Talking about Ballet and fashion, it takes a long time to finish the story. Ballet-inspired fashion is a harmony of an adorable piece of art works. After I talked about hairstyle, tops and the fluffy skirt inspired by Ballet, this time let’s move on to Ballet-inspired fashion from hip to toe!

Skinny jeans and leggings are very favored to teenagers in these days. We can obviously see those kinds of fashion on the street in every seasons. However, the design of skinny jeans and leggings are exactly as same as what ballerinas wear in their Ballet class. It’s a Ballet tight, it is it. I don’t wonder how skinny jeans and legging became very popular, because it totally helps lengthen our legs. It just makes us look slimmer like the dancer on the stage.

J.Crew ballerina flats

The biggest thing in Ballet that influences fashion is flat shoes, or ballerina flats. There’s no doubt where the design is coming from. Flats shoes are widely sold around the world ranging from brand name designer boutiques to low-budget shoes shops. Flats are really fashionable and it can easily match to any of styles of fashion. That’s the reason women love them. Even though flats shoes in the fashion world are made from varieties of material and colors, we many times see them completely like ballet shoes with pink and soft leather. For me, J.Crew is a representative of ballerina flats brand.

Now you can see how much Ballet inspires fashion. Actually, I would say, both of them inspire each other. Fashion collaborates with choreography and dancer’s skill to present numbers of fantastic shows on the stage as well. Or we could say, they’re good friends.

Next time I will talk about another significant thing which is motivated by Ballet. Don’t miss the next blog of Ballet Blossom.

Photograph from Sodabottle

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2 responses to “Ballet-inspired Fashion (continued)

  1. They are so cute and classic! I like the idea of mixing current fashion with classic style!

  2. And I expect to see more!

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