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  • Top 5 Ways To Style Ballet Flats

    Love it or hate it, this controversial shoe is back in style. 


    Popularised in the 1950’s by the likes of Bridget Bardot and Audrey Hepburn the classic style had another resurgence in the early 2000’s and was worn by many celebrities like Amy Winehouse and Kate Moss. 


    Fast forward to now and ballet flats have made a major comeback. Learn how to style these trending flats with our list of five ways to style ballet flats. 

    1. Jeans & Denim

    One of the ways ‘it girls’ are styling ballet flats on Instagram and Pinterest is with baggy jeans. The contrast between the casual denim and preppy footwear creates an edgy relaxed look. 

    2. Styled With Socks

    Take your preppy look to the next level by adding socks, tights or leg warmers to your ballet flat outfit. A true ode to dance wear with a street style twist! Try colourful or printed socks for a more bold statement. 

    3. The 'Classic' Way

    Style your flats classically with timeless wardrobe staples. From stockings and miniskirts to turtlenecks and smart tailored trousers, you’ll be looking effortlessly parisian from the office to weekend errands. 

    4. Dresses & Skirts

    A no fail way to style ballet flats, dresses and skirts. Timeless and chic, pair your flats with mini to maxi skirts and midi or mini dresses for a contemporary yet feminine look. 

    5. A Feature Pop Of Colour

    A current trend for styling ballet flats is to feature the shoe as the highlight of your look. Metallics and reds are all the rage this season. Pair them with denim for an easy goto outfit or simply style classic black ballet flats as a part of a monochromatic ensemble.