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I am considering these studded one on Yoox.

http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/REPETT...s/searchResult

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how long does a pair of repetto flats (BB style esp) last for everyone here?

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My oldest Repettos are between 2 and 3 years old and still alive!

Just got these.


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Do you need REAL Repettos? If you don't actually dance and it's just for the look then you can get similar looking ones at a fraction of the cost on the high street.

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^Of course you can find thousands of ballet flats, which look more or less the same. I also have other brands, but I think the quality of Repetto is unique and worth the price.

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my first pair i ended up having to wear in a spontaneous snow storm 4 years ago, considering all of that, they're still holding up pretty well. as for the next 9 pairs ... well, let's just say i baby them a lot more!

hard to find though, i'm always on the lookout for a 37.5 - i wish they would make an online shop section on their website!!

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I love repetto shoes^^ I love your glittery ones Zarina

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Thank you loonaka!

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where i can buy them in the paris? how much would it possibly be?

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How well do repettos hold up? do they make good everyday walking city shoes? perhaps they need to be zip soled for more longetivity? I'm hoping since they cost over $200 they will hold up! but some say the leather is too delicate to hold up? what would you say? if i got them I would get the classic BB leather ones in black.

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Do you need REAL Repettos? If you don't actually dance and it's just for the look then you can get similar looking ones at a fraction of the cost on the high street.
i kinda agree... i got some flats at topshop and the shape is very repetto-ish and they hold up pretty well!!

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How well do repettos hold up? do they make good everyday walking city shoes? perhaps they need to be zip soled for more longetivity? I'm hoping since they cost over $200 they will hold up! but some say the leather is too delicate to hold up? what would you say? if i got them I would get the classic BB leather ones in black.
I think they hold up pretty well and I was wearing mine quite a lot before I had them zip soled.

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I just bought my first pair of repetto shoes ('bolchoi') and sadly i must say that i'm not impressed. After several times of wear, the 'Repetto' label on the heel has started to fade...and by several, i really mean less than 5 times. Maybe another style will convince me that these ballet flats are worth $200+

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I love repetto shoes, specially the bb and the bolchoi and am about the buy the fencie style but am not sure about the size to buy. Could anyone help?
I am usually a size 10 (41) in the bb and a 9 to 9.5 (40) in the bolchoi (also had the evita style in 10 but were sadly too big).

Thanks for any imput!!

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Does anyone know where to find the best (meaning, widest variety) selection of Repetto in London? I really want to get the Flora style but can't find it in any pretty colours here..

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