ballet flats lace up – Rose Gold Ballet Flats in the perfect shade of rose gold. It has the right balance of rose gold with a very soft touch of apricot, which gives it a rather sophisticated look and feel. It is easy to dress up or down, wear evenings, daytime or at a special event!• Standard fit & generally runs true to size• The design is super flattering on all feet shapes and sizes• Leather lining with leather soles (3mm) & anti slip rubber heels (6mm)• • • To make your ordering process easier, please read our FAQs, you'll find important information there about sizing, shipping, custom orders and more:https://www.etsy.com/shop/thewhiteribbon?ref=seller-platform-mcnav#more-section• Our ballet flats are entirely handmade by us with the highest quality of ethically sourced leather• If you do not see your size listed at check out, you can contact us and we can make your pair to order. Our made to order shoes take 3-4 weeks (can be slightly longer during high season: March-July)• We ship globally. Estimated delivery times by location are listed in our FAQs, policies, and shipping section of each listingWe are a sustainable label, read about our story here:https://www.etsy.com/shop/thewhiteribbon?ref=seller-platform-mcnav#aboutIf you want to double check your sizing, here is how to take your measurements:Trace your feet as follows: stand on a piece of A4 paper, circle your feet around with a straight standing pencil (without pressing too hard to the edges). Measure the distance between longest and widest points. Compare the measurements to the list below. It is best to measure your feet in the afternoon, when they are at their widest. Measuring width: Please note that the below measurements are of the soles of the shoe, in the uppers (inside the toe box) there is about 1-1.5cm more space. Often, you will find that your feet seem to be wider than our measurements. If they are no more than 1-1.5 cm wider than the measurements, you will fit perfectly in the standard width. In case you need any further assistance with determining the right size for you, please do contact us, we are here to help. Our sizes and precise outsole measurements:eu 35. us 5.5 l: 23 cm/9.05” w: 7.5 cm/2.95" (widest point)eu 36. us 6 l: 23.5 cm/9.25" w: 7.5 cm/2.95" eu 37. us 7 l: 24 cm/9.44" w: 7.7 cm/3.03"eu 38. us 8 l: 24.5 cm/9.6" w: 8 cm/3.14"eu 39. us 8.5. l: 24.9 cm/9.8" w: 8.2 cm/3.22"eu 40. us 9. l: 25.3 cm/9.92" w: 8.2 cm/3.22"eu 41. us 9.5 l: 26 cm/10.23" w: 8.5 cm/3.34"eu 42. us 10. l: 26.5 cm/10.4" w: 8.7 cm/3.42"eu 43. us 10.5 l:27.24 cm/10.7" w: 9 cm/3.46"For our detailed international sizing chart, please scroll down to our FAQs. CONTACT: via Etsy convo or Email: info [!at] thewhiteribbon.com
Hedda Gabler: Oct. 12-28, Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View. Stuck in a loveless marriage, bored, possibly pregnant and facing financial constraints from her new husband, Hedda manipulates the people around her to try to improve her situation, but only brings herself more tragedy. $15-$35. www.thepear.org. Women Laughing Alone with Salad: Oct. 12-Nov ballet flats lace up. 11, Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. Exploring gender stereotypes, relationships, and sexism, with a healthy side of humor. $7-$42. shotgunplayers.org/online/article/salad..
Zoppé Italian Family Circus: Oct. 12-Nov. 4, Red Morton Park, 1455 Madison Ave., Redwood City. This 176-year-old Italian family circus performance features equestrian showmanship, acrobatics, canine capers and Nino the Clown. Tickets sales start Sept. 12. https://bit.ly/2csmsyG. Night at the Museum – Phantom of the Opera Gala: 5 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. dinner, Blackhawk Museum, 3700 Blackhawk Plaza Circle, Danville. Featuring Franc D’Ambrosio, who will entertain guests with Broadway and popular songs. $150 ballet flats lace up. blackhawkmuseum.org/gala..
Alexander String Quartet: 7 p.m. Oct. 14, Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame ballet flats lace up. Featuring music from Mozart, Penderecki and Beethoven. $20-$50. www.musicatkohl.org. International Documentary Film Festival: Oct. 18-28, Palo Alto, Stanford University, East Palo Alto and San Francisco. See 60 documentaries covering such issues as climate change, the impact of social media and arts, guns in our schools, gender equality, hate crime and LGBT issues, philanthropy and social change. www.unaff.org..
By Mark Meszoros | News-Herald and Morning Journal. Look, the next couple of months are packed. You won’t be able to see it all — the early Academy Award hopefuls, the based-on-real-life dramas, the seasonal scares and the family-friendly entries on the slate — but there’s a lot that looks tempting. So, with a summer season that started way back in April finally behind us, let’s take a look at much of what’s hitting theaters before the holiday season arrives with even more ballet flats lace up. ‘A Simple Favor’..
Director Paul Feig is an unusual choice to direct this thriller about a mother and vlogger (Anna Kendrick) who seeks the truth about the disappearance of another woman (Blake Lively), who had become her friend. We are promised secrets and revelations, love and loyalty and murder and revenge in this adaptation of the 2017 novel by Darcey Bell. ‘Lizzy’. This drama from director Craig William Macneill (“The Boy”) pledges a new take on the infamous Lizzy Borden. Portrayed here by Chloe Sevigny (HBO’s “Big Love”), Borden was accused and acquitted of the brutal slayings of her father and stepmother in late 1800s Massachusetts ballet flats lace up. Kristen Stewart (the “Twilight” movies) portrays a housemaid and Lizzy’s lover..