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elegance dance shoes – Lavender Baby and Toddler Satin Flower Girl Ballet Slipper, Wedding Shoes in 23 colors. Sizes NB thru Y1 avail.A tutu worthy ballet slipper…perfect for the little flower girl. Hand made to order, of duchess heavy weight satin in your choice of color, with an organza and tulle "puff" on the toe. (Mix and match colors, as you prefer… just put a note in comments.) The slippers can be worn traditionally, with the satin ribbon at the ankle, or is easily removed for an updated fashion flat look. The shoe is lined with natural heavy weight canvas. The sole is ultra suede and the insole is soft fleece. Made in true couture style, with hand-stitched in-soles and all embellishments are stitched, rather than glued. All seams are hidden for added comfort. Every shoe is gently handmade with love and care.Note: Elastic can be added, as a Mary Jane strap. Just make note in comments.Presented in an organza bag with tissue and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.US Size—–EU Size—————-Length of Shoe———-Length of FootNew Born….16 EU……….3 ¾ inches…………9.5CM…………3 1/2 inSize 1………17 EU………..4 inches…………..10.2CM…………3 3/4 inSize 2………18 EU………..4 ¼ inches……….10.8CM…………4 inSize 3………19 EU………..4 1/2 inches…..…11.4CM…………4 1/4 inSize 4………20 EU………..4 3/4 inches……..12.1CM…………4 1/2 inSize 5………21 EU………..5 inches…………..13CM……………4 3/4 inSize 6………23 EU………..5 1/2 inches……..14 CM…………..5 1/4 InSize 7………24 EU………..5 3/4 inches……..14.6 CM………..5 1/2 inSize 8………25 EU………..6 inches…………..15.2 CM………..5 3/4 inSize 9………26 EU………..6 1/4 inches……..15.9 CM………..6 InSize 10…….27 EU………..6 5/8 inches……..16.8 CM………..6 1/4 InSize 11……..28 EU………..7 inches…………..17.8 CM………..6 3/4 InSize 12…….30 EU…………7 1/4 inches……..18.4 CM………..7 InSize 13…….31 EU…………7 5/8 inches……..19.4 CM………..7 1/4 InYouth 1…….33 EU…………8 inches…………..20.3 CM………..7 3/4 InNote: Some feet do not conform to standard sizes by age, please measure for a more accurate fit. If unsure, order next size up. Shoes are non-returnable.All shoes are made to order….please check production length in the shop overview.Special orders for weddings or special occasions are available. Your fabric or provide the color theme.Disclaimer: These are ballet slippers and, as such have soft bottoms…Ultra-suede, a man-made suede cloth. They are not intended to be worn as street shoes, as they do not provide adequate protection.Trim or buttons are firmly attached but shoes are not toys. Trims may cause a choking hazard if swallowed. Please do not let Baby eat her shoes. Hunger may, at times, overcome her fashion sense.This product is an original design. All designs, photos, and copy are the copyright of Revolutionary Soul and are reserved. Please do not duplicate or reuse without permission. Baby Souls is the property of Revolutionary Soul.

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