We get it, you're busy and don't have time to figure out which shoe to wear with what outfit.
You want quick, comfy and a shoe that goes with everything! “Mia”, our nude casual ballet flat ticks all the boxes.
She comes in a stonewash finish and is equally as practical and comfortable for the slim foot and the wider foot with bunions.
“Mia” features a 1cm custom padded high density latex innersole and a higher vamp and trim so there is no overhang or toe cleavage.
Compared to the cheap synthetic materials of most modern insoles, leather breathes better, retains its shape for longer, and will help avoid common foot problems like excessive sweating and athletes foot, making it unbeatable for those on their feet for long hours of the day.
“Mia” features a 100% genuine leather lining, sock and insole (as do all Scarletto’s shoes).
Here is a bit of history for you about when ballet flats were invented (who knew you’d get a history lesson today).
First designed by Rose Repetto in 1956 for Brigitte Bardot (who wanted "a pair of shoes as lightweight and flexible as true ballet slippers") the ballet flat has arguably become one of the most timeless fashion items to date.
“Mia” is the perfect shoe for that dressy casual look.
For a Wedding – Wedding outfits are about elegance and grace, two of the central elements ballet shoes are known and originally designed for. This makes ballet flats the perfect choice to complete a wedding guest outfit, particularly if you don’t fancy facing an evening of dancing in heels. The “Mia” in nude is the perfect ballet flat for this.
If you are a bride or a bridesmaid, “Mia” would be a great flat to wear after the formalities if you want to kick off your heels!
Nude-coloured ballet flats create a fantastic leg-lengthening effect when worn with bare legs. Sometimes we need all the help we can get to create that illusion (are you nodding your head reading this?).
This nude, stonewash coloured flat is a great all year round staple option for your wardrobe. This style will match absolutely anything and can be worn with jeans, tights, shorts or skirts.
Thank you Scarletto’s Sisters!