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Layered tulle ballerina skirt with floral embellishment and navy blue velvet ribbon from the Paolo Sebastian 2015 AW collection // The Sleeping Garden: Paolo Sebastian’s Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection

balletish: “ Swan Lake - Royal Ballet photo by © Dave Morgan ”

yoiness: Gramilano - ballet, opera, photography Swan Lake - Yasmine Naghdi, Francesca Hayward and Olivia Cowley Photo by Dave Morgan, ROH

Read on for 10 of Lauren’s favorite ballerina chic pieces…

Currently Craving: Ballet-Inspired Fashion

Degas Ballet Flat Ballet-inspired leather flats featuring a soft rounded toe and statement wrap tie with an adjustable fit, tie anyway you want! Padded footbed for a comfortable fit.

{fashion | style inspiration : ballerina girl}

A ballet wrap over a skirt mimics what a ballet teacher and/or dancer wears to class.

The Ballet: Giselle - Helen Crawford of the Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House as Myrtha, Queen of the Wilis, by John Ross.

The Ballet: Giselle - Helen Crawford of the Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House as Myrtha, Queen of the Wilis, photographed by John Ross.

Marianela Nuñez in The Royal Ballet's production of Marius Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty | Photo © Johan Persson/ROH

Marianela Nuñez in The Royal Ballet's production of Marius Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty | Photo © Johan Persson/ROH

The Nutcracker — Productions — Royal Opera House

<<Francesca Hayward as Clara in Peter Wright’s production of "The Nutcracker" # The Royal Ballet, 2015 # Photo © Tristram Kenton>>

Tutu worn by Margot Fonteyn as The Firebird in the Sadler's Wells Ballet production of 'The Firebird' (1954)

Detail of tutu worn by Margot Fonteyn as The Firebird in the Sadler's Wells Ballet production,

Royal Ballet: Raven Girl. Wayne McGregor's fairytale ballet based on Audrey Niffenegger's graphic novel The Raven Girl,about a postman who falls in love with a raven, and fathers a human daughter with the soul of a bird.

Royal Ballet: Raven Girl – review

The first tutu is credited as appearing in Paris in 1832 on Marie Taglioni in La Sylphide. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

fashionsfromhistory: “ Costume for Giselle in Act II worn by Alicia Markova James Bailey 1953 Victoria & Albert Museum ”

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Ballet:Sleeping Beauty Rudolf Nureyev after Marius Petipa, Opera / Garnier, Paris Opera.

Principal Ballerina Yasmine Naghdi, The Royal Ballet, in Nutcracker as Sugar Plum Fairy, 2017. Photoshoot for The Times newspaper

Principal Ballerina Yasmine Naghdi, The Royal Ballet, in Nutcracker as Sugar Plum Fairy, Photoshoot for The Times newspaper

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