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Sweet Ballet Flats

Ever since style icon Audrey Hepburn made ballet flats a staple in the 1960s when she paired them with clamdigger capri pants, they’ve become a fashion classic! Inspired by ballerinas and real ballet shoes of course, there are a myriad of different styles and colors that are now available. From classic ones with a small bow to purple zebra print, bright blue suede and quilted black and white leather,, there really is something for everyone. They look adorable paired with skinny jeans and even in the colder months you can pair them with tights to wear with dresses and skirts. We love a bit of sparkle, the beaded pair from GoJane.com are perfect for jazzing up a simple skinny jeans and tshirt combo. Add a cool scarf and you’re channeling Parisian chic. The studded black ballet flats from Target are a collaboration with trendy shoe label Dolce Vita - it’s a subtle way to wear rocker chic. Whether you’re into leopard print (very trendy for fall!), bright pink or just basic black, you’re sure to feel and look stylish! And to top it all off, ballet flats are so super comfy - your feet will thank you! Check out Kidzworld’s gallery of the sweetest ballet flats!


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AimeeJury
AimeeJury posted in Style:
i'm ginger sadly i had brown hair when i was born though
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6thBeatle
6thBeatle posted in Style:
Black. I'm a Filipino.
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6thBeatle
Don't worry too, you'll grow up too and live on your own, I noticed that my aunt is unfair to children (except to her child) and I can't wait to be an adult (she's afraid to adults). And when you grow up, don't make revenge to your parents, I know that you still love them. Trust me, things would get worse if you make revenge.
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6thBeatle
I understand you, but those things are worse than my experience. I am a very lonely nerd and I don't have friends. When my mom goes to work she leaves me with my unfair aunt. My aunt is so unfair, she always blames me and ignores my explanations, she always defends my 5 year old cousin even though she's wrong. She's so unfair I wanted to drink bleach or hang myself but I realized that there are more people who love me. When I was months old or maybe 1 year old my dad broke up with my mom because our family doesn't like him because he hurts my mom physically, called my grandpa a liar even though my dad knows how honest he is, and he always blamed things on me when I was a baby. I met him a month ago (maybe), and we were supposed to talk about important thing like if why he left me and other stuff like that, but instead he boasted about being the best pilot in the airport, he did nothing but boast. I never want to meet him again. My problem with my mom is that she hurts me horribly like jumping on my back, and she says hurtful things like she wanted me to die and that she loves her boyfriend (who is a jerk) more than me. I have to admit, I'm the one who started the mess, but that's no way to discipline your child. I apologized to her, but she is still pulling my hair. After we relaxed for about 40 minutes, she apologized. That's it, but my mom is really hard working and is very patient to me (but when it's too much, she gets crazy). There's always a good side of someone. I hope that there are more of your relatives and friends who love you, my advice is to write a letter to your parents, and if it didn't work well, you could always talk to the guidance in your school or your teacher, that's the only one I could think of.
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QveenAvi
QveenAvi posted in Family Issues:
The way they are doing it is wrong,however it sounds like your parents really love you and really want the best for you. they have faith in you. when you get a 3 if they know that you can get a 4 so they address you want it. not that they don't love you.Your parents were the ones who raised you and introduced you to this life so you should always respect them and think them as your god.
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