We ❤ ballerinas! L.K. Bennett, Guess, Carvela and more!

Ballet pumps are definitely my go-to shoe! With a sundress in the summer or with tights in winter, they’re comfortable, feminine, and so easy to wear. This post is dedicated to my favourite ballet pumps on Sarenza.co.uk

L.K. Bennett
Sometimes, I think that L.K. Bennett shoes can look a little bit too…regal, if you know what I mean. The styles are always classic and sophisticated, but they’re often a bit too mature for my style. These pumps, though, are perfect. In a very on-trend burgundy, the raised detailing around the shoe gives them a touch of girlish charm.


Even though I love my ballet pumps, I can admit that it isn’t exactly the most fashion-forward, risk taking style. That’s why I like to find pumps that are still classic and comfy but that keep up with trends, like these Guess shoes and their glittery toecap. It makes wearing flats a tad bit more interesting, don’t you think?


Speaking of trends…these Carvela shoes are my current shoe obsession! An edgy take on a classic style, these pumps would match just about anything, daytime or nightime.


Ok…so these Bertie shoes are from last season, but I don’t think that makes them a fashion faux-pas. Surely red pumps will never go out of style? They may not be quite as cutting-edge as the Carvela pumps, but the soft and supple leather makes them super comfortable. They come in black as well, which would make a perfect work shoe for you ladies who have the black closed-toe shoe dress code!

Kat Maconie

I can’t get enough of the Kat Maconie shoes new on the Sarenza website. With a gorgeous metallic/black/purple colour palette, each style in the collection is simply beautiful. The ballet pumps are no exception–the studs are done tastefully and don’t overpower the design, while the colour pops just enough to be vivid but not obnoxious. They’re available in black and a taupe-grey colour as well if the purple is too much for you!


Which pair is your favourite? How do you style your ballet pumps?

Happy Thursday,

Jessica xx




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