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How to wear floral print flat shoes?


Floral print is a classic that never goes out of fashion, and also, it’s completely timeless, one can wear it the whole year. During the spring-summer season in warm tones like orange or yellow, and during the autumn-winter season in cold tones like navy blue or black.

Why do we like floral print on ballerinas so much? First of all because it allows to create many different looks, for different women and occasions. From ballerinas in a nude tone with a rose quartz tone for an autumn day to ballerinas in a turquoise with a floral print in a summery color combination like hot pink or yellow.

How to wear floral print flat shoes?

For the more classic ones, the safest option is to add the floral print only in your ballet shoes and go for clothes and accessories in plain colors. For example, black flat shoes with a red floral print with a neutral look of jeans and a red blouse.

For those who want to go one step further with floral print, the best option is to go with a pair of floral print ballet flats, plain clothes and then add also floral print in your accessories. An example for a spring look? Ballerinas in hot pink with a multicolor floral print, a green dress and a bag with a floral print. Remember that the times when the bag and the shoes have to match are over now, so try a different print for the shoes and the bag.

And for the boldest ones nothing better than a total floral print look. Even if you can wear it during the whole year, the best season to wear it is during spring and summer. For example, a lingerie inspired dress with a floral print and floral print flat shoes.

In Balletinas you can find a large number of floral print ballet shoes, both from the autumn-winter season and from the spring-summer season as well. They are flats of exclusive designs and handmade in Alicante. Also, since last month we have introduced a new selling system: OneWeek. Every week we put for sale a different model of ballerinas that will only be available in our store for seven days.www.balletinas.es

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