brown ballet shoes – Faith & Fit Pointe Shoe Bags are for the ballerina and dancer of all ages. They are fully lined with serged interior seaming & draw string closure. They come in 2 sizes standard & wide. STANDARD is 9in X 16in; WIDE is 12in by 16in. Standard will accommodate up to 2-3 pointe shoes & ballet shoes. Wide will accommodate 4 or more pointe shoes & other dance shoes depending on shoe size. NOTE: This listing is for the pointe shoe bag depicted in the first 4 photos. AND STANDARD size is represented in photos. NOTE: Embroidery up to 7 letters for dancer name initials is available for an extra $4. OPTIONS for Bag Size and Embroidery are available- click "Finish" Drop down to select desired option prior to adding to cart. Please specify lettering to be embroidered in "notes to seller" after adding item to cart.WE CAN CUSTOMIZE, just contact us, & we will be happy to accommodate. All pointe shoe bags are designed, hand cut, and sewn by me. Each one is made with love, care, and mindful of the future owner. All Faith & Fit Pointe Shoe Bags feature a custom woven label, so you know you are getting the real deal. Care: Machine wash. Lay flat to dry. New designs will be added weekly, so make us a favorites and receive FB & IG discounts by becoming a FB & IG fan. We are also happy to accept custom orders; just send us a message. Items that are ready to ship, will ship in 1-2 business days. All other items that are made to order, please allow 3-5 business days.
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