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Ballet Flats for the Non Ballerina

I’ve always been a fan of ballet flats. Ever since I was a little girl doing my twirls in my tutu I’ve worn ballet shoes. I went from the real ballet shoes with ribbons and all the bells and whistles to the trendy ballet flat that could literally be teamed with any outfit possible. 787 more words

Lets talk about Pointe Shoes...

I just finished sewing my first pair of pointe shoes in two years! Yes, two years is a very long time between shoes! Typically a standard pair of pointe shoes only has about 8 hours of good life in them before they’re mush. 415 more words


170301 -March of the marsians

Semaine 1 – Jour 1

Since I am blessed with high intelligence, have developed my intellect properly, have a huge inclination towards spiritual issues of every shape form and size, a pretty fucking high (too high) EQ, and am a pretty wellrounded individual when it comes to most things, it is now time to embark on the physical journey. 569 more words


Simple, Black Ballerinas

I’m sure you’ll all be familiar with the fact that even finding what should be simple shoes can be tricky when your feet don’t fit the standard mould. 173 more words


Manolo Blahnik: Spanish designer who has been a part of luxury shoes design career for 45 years!

Since shoes that are designed by Spanish designer Manolo Blahnik (74) are being worn by V influential ladies: Queen, popular singers, Hollywood actress and first lady – current first lady, Melania Trump stepped into the presidency of her husband wearing ‘Manolos’ – and for his contribution to fashion he got crowned and won many awards. 310 more words


January Reads 2017

It must have been a whole year since I started my book blog as I think my first ever post was a January wrap-up! How exciting! 661 more words


How to Sew Ribbons and Elastics on Pointe Shoes

After many, many years of dancing, I still have nearly every pair of ballet shoes that I’ve ever owned.  Some of this is out of nostalgia, but some of my shoes still have some life in them and I always thought to myself, “But what  949 more words