I don’t remember ever wanting to be a ballerina when I was a little girl; I played piano instead of took dance lessons. And I certainly don’t fancy myself one now, in spite of the fact that my PureBarre classes try to make me pretend that I am (I’m way too uncoordinated and clumsy to feel like a ballerina). But as you probably know, I am OBSESSED with Repetto. Mostly I fawn over (and buy) their ballet flats, but I also love the bags, and now the clothes.
Each piece makes me swoon. When I watch ballet/ballerinas I am always taken by how graceful, light, and free they seem. Maybe I do long to be lighter, free-er and flow through life like a ballerina…perhaps that is what fuels my obsession with Repetto? Do my bb flats give me a little more grace?
What do you think of the new Repetto clothing line? Did you ever long to be a ballerina?
LOVE love love their bags (though not fond of the pink satin lining) haven’t seen their clothes in person yet, but they look pretty — reminds me of Cacharel a couple of years ago
I love the black skirt! I did want to be a ballerina on and off again while I was growing up. I took piano, too. But I grew so tall (5’10”) and I think most of the guys are short, so it wouldn’t have worked anyway. So I live vicariously through them by attending performances at Julliard, and there are a couple of young women I know who are excellent dancers. It’s just fun to watch them perform.
I’m loving everything….I’m in trouble! Wonder how it would all look with my Inhabit and Vkoo???
amazing!! i love cashmere with light, flowy skirts/dresses…
Sandra Stark says
WHERE CAN I BUY THE CLOTHES??????????????????????????????????????
on repetto’s website – it’s linked there a few times in the post.