Fall 2016 Ballet Trend

Fall into ballerina style

Ballet trend – elegant and feminine is the perfect transitional trend from Summer to Fall season. Tull, velvet, layers of tutu, have been a never – ending  parade of silhouettes on the runway Fall 2016 fashion show. Shifting styles from gracious ballerina on the ballet stages to modern unconventional street style, the ballet trend encourages everyone to individuality and expression.

Fashion trends alter gradually from season to season yet circularly bringing from the past elements that reveal the connection of vintage with modernity.

Ballet trend connection form the past to present

Lanvin 1956 – Valentino 2016

Tull skirts and dresses are not an evening wear anymore. They have become versatile pieces for any occasions and can work with anything from a t-shirt or a lace top with high-heels or replace the Tull skirt with a midi floral skirt and lace – up flats for a casual comfy look.

Tull and floral skirts for daily wear

Tull and floral midi skirts

Satin, ruffles, bell sleeves, bows, laces, are some of the ballet aesthetic elements that can be incorporated into an outfit.

Ballet trend Fall 2016

Ballet elements

Ballet flats

Ballet flats

Ballet inspired lace up flats not only are the most wearable shoes right now but also offer the pleasure to wear them because they go with everything.  Trendy, comfy, versatile, ballet inspired lace up flats combine the comfort with femininity keeping a polish look for fall season.



Chokers are a big trend for fall 2016 season! Tie wrap ballerina choker  is a statement accessory for everyday look. Velvet ribbon, lace, or a leather thin string, tied around the neck adorned with your favorite pendant or a sheer of pearls speak out personality and sense of style.


Emanuela Neculai is a fashionista with European background, currently living in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA. As a teenager Emanuela has been influenced by the Eastern European culture and fashion trends. The European elegant style has left a strong mark on her taste and preferences. Follow Emanuela on Google+

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