Prima ballerina fashion: how to get the look with 5 easy pieces

Models present creations by Valentino during the 2016-2017 fall/winter ready-to-wear collectionBERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)

Models present creations by Valentino during the 2016-2017 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection

One of the prettiest trends we saw on the runway, ballerina-inspired fashion, is really taking off. We are going to share how you can get this frothy, feminine look with a dash of edge within the Garden State.

When one thinks of the ballerina-inspired look, shoes definitely come to mind. These Valentino rock-stud flats from Neiman Marcus  Garden State Plaza are the perfect way to rock the trend. Style these shoes ($545) with everything from dresses to your favorite jeans!

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Guess at City Place has an abundance of lacy frocks that will allow you to recreate a runway look sans the steep price tag! This lace crop top with dainty spaghetti straps has that ballerina vibe. Gorgeous! (This just so happens to be on sale from $69 to $48.30)

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Talk about a little black dress! This Tulle Inset Pleated Dress by bebe in Garden State Plaza is date night right. The pleated georgette detailing is so chic and the dress is on sale marked down from $149 to $104.30. Add a moto jacket for some edge.

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Forever 21 at the Mills at Jersey is always a solid for the hottest trends! This has to be one of the best style deals on the list. Grab this flirty dress online while you can, for $10! The color and detailing is stunning.

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If a flirty heel is more your thing. Channel a ballerina vibe with these strappy heels by Charlotte Russe at the Newport Mall. The price is right at $25.19 and these will enhance your favorite black dress in an instant!

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Journalist, editor, stylist and host: Jersey girl and OMJ Trendsetter Dana Prigge’ has a wealth of experience in every aspect of the high-paced world of fashion, lifestyle and beauty. Twitter: Dana Prigge