Ballerinas – feminine and comfortable shoes for women.
Ballerinas are considered all-rounders in the world of women's footwear. Women's ballerinas in plain colours are absolutely timeless and never go out of fashion. Typical for ballerinas are flat soles and the overall rounded shape of the shoes. Ballerinas are closed all around and therefore easy to slip into. Some classic designs feature gold-coloured trimmings and ornaments. When it comes to choosing a pair of shoes, women often prefer comfortable ballerinas over pumps or high heels. It is therefore obvious that designers regularly reinterpret ballerinas for women. New colours, materials, cuts and decorative details have been added to this season's choice of fashionable footwear. For the autumn/winter 2020/2021 season, the trendiest ballerina designs have been given an even more feminine look with 1970s touches. In line with the season's retro trend, the Högl designers opted for warm 1970s shades such as nut and olive as well as the non-colours black and white for their ballerinas. In contrast to this, the focus is also on strong colours such as cherry or curry, as well as sophisticated retro prints. Without a doubt, the new Högl creations are also suitable office wear, as well as an excellent choice for autumnal leisure time activities.
HÖGL ballerinas from elegant to striking
HÖGL's comfortable ballerinas impress with an eye for detail. Exquisite leathers have been turned into high-quality everyday companions. High-quality smooth leather, soft suede and sexy embossed leathers flatter the feet of any woman. The trendy ballerinas are trimmed with dainty buckles and gold-coloured horse bits. Many of Högl's classic ballerina designs come in shiny smooth leather. Contrasting black patent leather toes add interest to the smart ballerinas for women. Narrow shapes and small block heels define the autumn/winter of 2020/2021 ballerina style. Totally up-and-coming are Högl's slightly tapered narrow ballerinas. The Högl leather ballerina colour palette includes classic warm autumn colours such as nut and dark brown as well as cream, and is completed by strong 1970s shades such as cherry, curry and olive.
What are the trendiest ballerina styles in the autumn/winter of 2020?
This autumn/winter, ballerinas have been elevated to eye-catching accessory status. Slightly tapered, narrow ballerinas are totally trendy. The narrow shape visually elongates the legs and makes your feet look daintier. The warm colourways and clear-cut designs add a feminine, elegant touch to the ballerinas. They are becoming a fashionable substitute for pumps and add the perfect stylish finishing touch to any outfit. Also trendy this autumn/winter are ballerinas with small block heels. Thanks to the width of the block heel, they are slightly higher yet still super comfortable. In retro shades, heeled smooth leather or suede ballerinas and designs with an embossed crocodile pattern do not look playful and girlie but stylish and sexy. Anyone looking for an office or leisure time footwear highlight that is also comfortable is bound to love Högl's charming vintage look designs.
What to wear with comfortable leather ballerinas
A pair of ballerinas is an absolute basic which all women should own as they can be worn with anything from jeans to a dress and at all times. Although ballerinas are everyday footwear, there are still a few tips you should remember in terms of what to wear them with: Ballerinas are designed to emphasise the legs. If you are wearing jeans, you should therefore always opt for a cropped version or turn them up a little to expose your ankles, which makes your outfit look cooler and less girlie. Ballerinas always look elegant in combination with a skirt or dress. However, the length is decisive: shorter women should opt for knee-length skirts and dresses, while tall women can also wear ballerinas with midi-length versions. Ballerinas also look great worn with a dirndl, if you happen to be going to the Oktoberfest this autumn. The more striking ballerina designs are also perfect for upgrading a smart-casual business outfit. Combine a pair of classic cut ballerinas in a soft colour but made of glossy patent leather with a trouser suit, for example – to emphasise your feet with genuinely eye-catching footwear.