Sunday funday! I’ll be honest, I had a rough week ya’ll! This weekend hasn’t been much better….Here’s to hoping that this new week will kick ass! Since I’ve been feeling kind of down, I decided to try and dress up just a little today, even if the highlight of my day was going to Walmart …
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WHO WHAT WEAR: As a real ballerina, what do you think about the ballet trend that has been popping up in fashion? SAVANNAH LOWERY: I love that “ballet wear” is becoming a trend. My wardrobe has just expanded immensely! WWW: Are you naturally attracted to the trend since it’s a part of your job, or are you more turned off by it? SL: I like to dress feminine naturally, so the ballet trend fits right in with my personal style. I am, however, very opposed to wearing leotards outside the dance studio. When you wear something as often as dancers wear leotards, you need a break. I have to draw the line somewhere between fashion and “work attire.” For me, that line is the leotard. WWW: Do you find the fact that people suddenly want to dress like ballerinas flattering or offensive? SL: I don’t know if I find it flattering (I didn’t create the style myself), but I definitely don’t find it offensive. Having people want to dress similarly to how I dress every day is an honor. WWW: Can you describe your personal style to us? How do you dress on your days off? SL: My personal style is classic and feminine. While I’m not afraid of colors, especially when dressing for a special occasion, I find myself in a pair of jeans and a white shirt quite often. I love the look. It’s easy and can be dressed up or down very quickly. Living in NYC, my outfits need to be versatile. WWW: When you’re not dancing, do you prefer to wear heels or flats? SL: In a perfect world, I would be dressed to the nines every day. That would include heels if my life would allow for it. But the subway stairs and the streets of NYC make it impossible. Not to mention, the wear and tear my feet take while in pointe shoes. At the end of the day, I want a comfy sneaker. Thank goodness sneaker fashion has exploded; I have so many pairs I’ve lost count. And I’ve even started adding my own personal touches, whether it be a rhinestone here and there or a satin ribbon instead of a typical shoelace. I think I’ve always added “ballet” touches to my attire; now I’m just on trend with the fashion world.
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