|Leg warmers (from left): Grishko, C&A, Sansha and Sansha|
|Sansha leotard and Decathlon cache-coeur|
|This ballerina is a earring holder that I bought at Claire's in Blvd St.Michel in Paris|
|And this red mini pointe key chain I got as a gift from Deha store owner here in Belgrade as a fateful customer!|
|Stickers I find somewhere in France|
|Very dear picture of Ana Pavlova or Maya Plisetskaya with a special autograph from our famous children comedian Branko Kockica that he signed as "For Titina the little ballerina from Branko (and he draw a little square box because it was his mark and a nickname)" though the letters are very hardly visible...|
|My first set of ballet pointe|
(from left) these I wore when I was 6 (it's not recommended at such an early age), the middle one when I was 8 and the last ones (that are soft) at the same age
|Decathlon gymnastic leather slippers that I wore for Show dance practice when I was older|
|My very 1st leotard! :)|
|These are new!|
Grishko and Sansha
|You'll gonna need this!|
|My favorite soft ballet shoes!|
In these I achieved the best results and they were given to me by my dearest friend who worked at the National Theater
(until I washed them in washing machine one night when I was to tired the manually soak them)
It's a no no! Do not ever machine wash your soft ballet shoes (not to mention pointe :p)
I miss my ballet years so much...
Day by day by day...
I was born and have the talent for classical ballet but my body is not listening to me...
But, who knows why is that good...
P.s. I adore Sansha! They have the best stuff...if someone asks you :)
Grishko is ok, Deha is expensive and too comercial, but Sansha (I shopped in Paris, I think the nearest one is in Budapest) is the best!