The Ballerina Stories

Posted by April 14, 2016 - Things We L@VE
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The weather remains unstable in Vienna but nevertheless, we are not willing to let it ruin our plans. Under this state of mind, we made our way to Hermes Villa last Saturday, to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to breathe some fresh air. The Hermes Villa, also known as the “Castle of dreams”, is the romantic place where Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth were spending time together and it took its name from the statue of Hermes that is situated in the garden of the villa. What a perfect Saturday that was! Initially, we walked around, took a ridiculous amount of photos as usual, and then, when raindrops started falling, we headed to the restaurant for a warm cup of chocolate drink.

For that beautiful morning, I paired my Humanic two-toned ballerina flats with a beige trench coat (that I mostly wear in spring) and black tights. It turned out to be a cool outfit I have to say, although I can recall, it was one of those days I was unable to decide and wondering: what am I going to wear today? I bet we all go through days like this, right? So, I thought I should go for a classic choice. Easy yet beautiful!

The Humanic ballerinas are beige and black, soft and supple, a real pleasure to wear all day long. So, if you are looking for comfortable shoes that will accompany you in various occasions during the day, this is the kind of pair of shoes you should consider. A black bow on the front makes them even cuter and they will definitely be worth every penny you spend.

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By: The Viennese Girl

Photos: Lukas Elias Winkler