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A Walk in My Shoes: Ballerina Edition

Worn pointe shoes, you can look back at them and see all the dance they carried you through.

C'est tout simplement ... oh tellement sublime, J'adore <3 This is just... oh so stunning, I love <3 [ for those who don't speak french :) ]

Theatre costume

Tutu worn by Margot Fonteyn as Odile in Act III of Swan Lake in Vienna, 1964. l Victoria and Albert Museum #ballet

Tutu worn by Antoinette Sibley as Mathilde Kshessinska in Act II of The Royal Ballet production of 'Anastasia' (1971)

Queen Victoria's Wedding Shoes. She wore a beautiful satin, slip-on style on the day of her wedding in 1840. Made by Gundry & Sons, London. She had nine-inch feet and the shoes are approximately a size 3 or 3½. Trimmed with a small bow and six bands of ribbon across the square toe, a design which was typical of the time. They have flat leather soles and no heels, which was sensible and practical, as the #Wedding would have been an ordeal in itself! #Shoes #Victorian #Bride #Bridal #Fashion

Tutu worn by Vyvyan Lorrayne and Janet Francis as a Maid of Honour in the Prologue of The Royal Ballet revival of 'The Sleeping Beauty' (1946)