Fashion has always been inspired by ballet, from tutu like dresses, ballet flats and nude touches… If you follow the guide, you won’t turn into a black swan but into a beautiful ballerina.
By Anais de Viel Castel
It’s been several months now that Black Swan has been influencing trends. From Oscar de la Renta to Anna Sui, fashion designers has imported graceful ballet looks into their collections. With Natalie Portman winning the Oscar for the best actress, the ballet trend might stick around for a while. Here is how to incorporate some ballerina accents in your Spring wardrobe. Ballet flats shoes are a classic – stylish, yet easy to wear every day; think Audrey Hepburn or Brigitte Bardot and you are good to go. Ever since Madonna decided to rock a leotard at 50, a much younger crowd has followed. You can either pair it with a high waist skirt for a clean tucked-in look or with skinny jeans and a chunky belt for a lean silhouette. Tutu inspired skirt is a portion of ballet attire that is easy to play with. The volume of a tutu skirt evokes grace and femininity. In a soft shade of pink or white it is a perfect girly choice. Here are some of the hottest Black Swan trends that you can dance from the runway to your next night out.