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One of the most polarising aspects of a ballet flat is whether it should have toe cleavage or not. This wasn't something I'd realised in the initial stages of Shoes of Prey so when I launched our first ballet flat, thrilled that I was finally delivering the perfect low-cut toe cleavage shoe, I hadn't even considered that there were women out there who were exactly my opposite in this opinion!

So above is a photo of where we started with this cut.

Currently, our style sits a little higher up on the foot so you can feel more comfortable with the cleavage being covered. Here's a photo:

Personally, I like it a little lower - I feel like it shows the shape of the foot better, making it look flatter and smaller :)

What are your thoughts on this?

Jodie x

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Posted by on 06 April 2011.