Fashion Girlies Will Want to Get Across the 2023 Way to Wear Ballet Flats
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Ballet flats have been spotted on and off the runways at AAFW and international fashion week‘s around the world. From square toed styles and maxi skirt combos to classic silhouettes featuring a dainty bow paired with elevated office wear, we can confirm that they are officially #trending. Just like this throwback trend that’s made its way back.
And honestly we can’t say we’re surprised, these 2000s footwear staples have been on our radar for a while now since Miu Miu and Chanel’s versions went TikTok viral at the end of 2022 and start of this year.
@olafflee they’re perfect unbox my miu miu ballet flats with me @miumiu #miumiu #balletflats #balletcore #miumiufw22 ♬ original sound – eupias
Wondering how you can pull off the ballet flats look for the remainder of 2023 and beyond? We suggest pairing it with a small shirt, big jeans and big sweater outfit for a more casual winter look. Or go heavy on the ballet core staples by wearing them with some lace cutout tights and a mini dress that has a pleated or asymmetrical ruched skirt.
Ahead, you’ll find our ballet flat picks to give your outfits a touch of grace and elegance.
ASOS Design Lullaby Bow Ballet Flats ($32)
Truffle Collection Easy Ballet Flats ($36)
Novo Shoes Carry Flats ($49.95)
Spurr Koren Ballet Flats ($49.99)
Jane Debster Fonteyn Black Glove Flat Shoes ($129.95)
Senso Billy I Flats ($199)
Miu Miu Nappa Leather Ballerinas ($1,430)
Ugg Express Square Toe Leather Ballet Flats (now $75, was $210)
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