Ballet Shoes - Not for Dancers Alone
A recent style to have emerged in the women footwear fashion industry is that of ballerinas, more commonly referred to as pumps. Ballet shoes are mainly lightweight shoes designed specifically for ballet dance. They used to be made specifically from soft leather, canvas, satin, and generally have flexible, thin soles.
It has come to acquire a fashion statement of its own in the contemporary era. No longer simply meant for ballet dancers, every other girl on the street loves wearing pumps, be it to college, parties, clubs or hangouts. These usually have closed backs and low-cut fronts that hit closer to the toes. It is generally seamless and has no laces, buckles, straps or ties. They come in a variety of looks, adorned with an ankle strap, t-strap or a ‘mary jane’ strap. They also offer huge diversity in terms of having open toes, peep toes, pointy toes, round toes, almond toes or square toes. The heel size also differs, and thus girls have the opportunity of choosing what suits their personality and preference, not to mention the pretty colours that enhance their appeal.
The best thing about ballerinas is that they fit very comfortably and conveniently, and come in a wide price range, being sold in roadside stalls to branded showrooms in malls. Conservative and stylish, you can have your pick and match them with any outfit that you like. In fact, they are the most versatile pairs that you can have in your closet. Staple yet not boring, pumps are the best bet for showcasing your feminine classiness, glamour and oomph.
The ones that are made of leather are more long-lasting, while the canvas ones are less expensive but wear out faster. Satin ballerinas look appealing but are extremely delicate. The multiple shades and materials go well with kurtis, skirts, denims, dresses and what not! They can be a champion and give you a bright makeover, bringing out your best form!