Sandra Bullock knows how to work the mommy uniform. The Oscar winning beauty was spotted picking up her son from school in style wearing a pair of comfy black snake-skin Bloch flats. Sandra paired the ballerina flats with a loose gray sweatshirt and black leggings for a comfortable chic look. The snake-skin flats are from Bloch'??s SS12 collection.
As for me? I'd pick these. Can't you just picture me walking the girls to school in them? You can also scoop up pairs on Amazon right now on sale. Pair them with leggings, skinny jeans or other slim looks (skip the wide leg, plus ballet flat--tricky to pull off).
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The Bloch Carina Ballet flats retail for $175. We loved the assortment for kids we saw at ENK (the premier children's apparel show) for baby (www.babybloch.com) and girls.
Bloch was originally only a technical dance footwear company. They make hand-made ballet and pointe shoes. Now the brand is equally well known for being fashionable.
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