Anniel. Scarpine da balletto italiane

I just received the sweetest gift!!!Thank you, R.!

A new pair of beautiful glittering ballerinas. You will say the snow is coming again and it’s not a good time for ballerinas. But, on contrary my dears, it’s the perfect time for ballerinas. We must make a big stock of different colors, different shapes and prints for spring and summer, because, trust me, this year is all about ballerinas!



You can find them at CHANTAL. A trendy boutique for your feet and not only. I have many surprises prepared for you that I found only in this small store. But first you must pay a visit to Calea Victoriei 101.

*scarpine da balletto italiane
*This brand was originally a producer of ballet shoes… the real ballerinas. That explains the beautiful box with ballet shoes on it.
When you say”italian shoes” you instantly think of good merchandise, trustworthy manufacture, but also you think elegance and style. Yummy shoes in two words.

* But what do you say when they actually are French made, and they make you believe they are Italian? That’s a bit odd, don’t you think?
Repetto is a brand you may also know from France. It’s a French ballet shoes company, that was created in 1947 by Rose Repetto. Anniel is under Repetto’s wing.
The name Repetto sounds Italian too, doesn’t it?

(* thanks for your comments, they really come in handy)

I found another shoe lover around the world of blogging that speaks beautifully of these shoes. They are so comfortable and the natural skin is so soft that you feel like you could dance and walk and dance again and again.

I can’t wait for better weather to take them out for a walk!

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    April 5, 2011 / 02:32

    Hi, just wanted to let you know that Repetto was founded in France. Both companies make absolutely beautiful ballet flats though.

  2. April 5, 2011 / 08:26

    I know they are being produced in France, but did not know that they were founded there. It’s strange though, that they write on the sole…*scarpine da balletto italiano(in Italian!!!) so you can see my confusion…
    thank you very much for your comment!

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