December 28, 2017

One of our favorite styles of the Fall/Winter 2016 collection is the super trendy lace-up ballet flat:Annie. Handmade in Italy with our patent-pending insole technology, this flat is not only comfortable and supportive but also versatile. A perfect shoe for that transitional Fall period, the “Annie” flat will pair well with just about anything in your closet, from shirt dresses and midi-skirts, to chambray dresses and dark wash skinnies. We put together four ways to dress up (or down) the “Annie” flat with some style inspirations for the season.   Edgy Ballerina: A tulle skirt is the perfect base for a soft, muted ballerina look. To add a bit of edge, just throw on a black leather jacket, a bold lip, and textured lace-up ballet flats. women's fashion, fashion, style, women's style, shoes, flats, ootd   Blush Flush: Shirt dresses are basically a staple of the modern closet. Throw on an easy pair of lace-up ballet flats, a silk bomber jacket, and a pop of pink on the lips for a polished, no-fuss look.     women's fashion, fashion, style, women's style, shoes, flats, ootd     Rompin Around: Like denim, chambray has become a year round fabric choice, and a romper is the perfect transitional piece. Throw on a patterned blazer, add some cool accessories, and those killer lace-up ballet flats for the perfect transitional outfit. women's fashion, fashion, style, women's style, shoes, flats, ootd   Orange Crush: Skinny jean trick--roll up your pant legs so that they rest just above the top of your lace-up ballet flat to show off the details. Add a bright colored jacket and fun accessories for a great casual Friday look.   women's fashion, fashion, style, women's style, shoes, flats, ootd

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