In recent years, we have seen subtle signs of the fashion world closer and closer to the dance industry. This has always been an "all go" field. Frankly, both of these groups love quality clothes. The dance industry is based on its clothing as a tool for the trade. Yes, they must be beautiful, because that is what pays the bills, but they do not buy poor quality, because even when the show is over, they need leotards, tights, leg warmers, jackets and warmings to maintain their strength, beauty, and shape. While you don't see them rush to a department store for a 2 to 5 USD on tights, then you will see them reach their cell when Just For Kix has a sale that goes. Both groups love clothes. Both groups appreciate beauty. Both groups respect quality over quantity. This year, both groups are in the same trend.
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You don't have to take our word for it. Check out your favorite designer's website for the rest of 2019 and 2020. You will see children's clothes. Whispering limbs, rompers, onesies, small tulle skirts, entire clothes designed around a ballerina skirt. Flowing high low skirts that you can see by flickering over the leotard bottom of the woman wearing it. Most shoulders are bare. The hair is absorbed in a messy bun and ballerina slippers are everywhere.
If you have a special event this year, don't skip your favorites. These designers have ballet inspired wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and prom dresses. Don't worry about the short and stylish dresses, they are perfectly paired with leotards.
We didn't look at all the designers. We looked at Ralph Lauren, H & M, and Christian Dior and J. C. Penneys. We thought there was a large enough supply to see that it spread quite well.
There are several cute outfits available and we can of course wear what we want. But most of the time, I think the dancers are happy and fashion (trend setters) is happy, so what is the damage? If you want to slip into a pair of jeans, go to it. If you want to wear these jeans and melt a little, wear it with a high grade limb, a pair of flat ballerina slippers and pull your hair in a messy bun. You will look great.
While no one is putting it out of the bag yet, there are a lot of whispers about winter fashion. The whisperers have a lot to do with celebrities who order some new top sneakers. We know that there have been more than some of the M. C. Hammer pants ordered in time for the holiday gift.
Trends come and trends will go. This one never seems to go far. Right now it's been moving forward, so enjoy it when you can. While everyone is dressed, let's dance!