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Delightful completely embroidered flats made in Indonesia. Wonderful condition, look to have never been worn. There is a foam rubber sole, so cute!Size // marked size 37, fit like a 36Material // Cotton lining, synthetic outerLabel // made in IndonesiaLength // 9.5 inchesWidest // 3.25 inches

Lazzarini grew up in Mountain View, later moving to Sunnyvale, where his parents, Robert and Holly Lazzarini, still reside. His sister, Cady Laird, lives in Portola Valley. Athleticism runs in the family. His mother was nationally ranked in junior tennis. His father was a state champion wrestler. His sister excelled at volleyball and softball. “I didn’t enjoy sports that much,” Lazzarini says. “Dance called out to me. I was always doing cartwheels and running around on the field instead of actually playing.”.

When he was 5, while his mother was signing him out of soccer at the Mountain View recreation center, Lazzarini noticed a dance class, “I was fixated on the kids in that class, I said, ‘Mom, I want to do that.’ She vintage indonesian embroidered slipper ballet flats shoes red green yellow ethnic boho put me in dance the next day.”, Lazzarini also studied at the nearby Dance Attack and at San Jose’s Studio 10 Dance, He studied many forms of dance, including ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, even tumbling and acrobatics, “Especially nowadays, the more well-rounded you are, the more of chameleon you are as a dancer, the more opportunities you’re going to have to work professionally.”..

Lazzarini, 32, knew early on that dance would be his life’s path. “I never imagined myself doing anything else. I loved being on stage, the rush of performing. Seeing people enjoying what I was doing pushed me to be better and better.”. At 8, he was participating in national dance competitions. “It gave me a great work ethic and a healthy, competitive attitude about life. You have to be competitive in the dance world.”. His family admired Lazzarini’s commitment and discipline, he says. Though they were supportive, some schoolmates hurled taunts.

“There was bullying that went on,” Lazzarini says, “Dance still was not an OK thing to do — especially for a guy, So I got a lot of name-calling, “It wasn’t until high school age, when I would go back and kids had seen vintage indonesian embroidered slipper ballet flats shoes red green yellow ethnic boho me dancing with all these girls in crop tops and booty shorts and they were like, ‘Wait, that’s what you do?! You don’t wear tights?’ Then it was a cool thing, Once they saw that I was winning dance competitions and getting local recognition, people started going, ‘Wow, you’re not just some dorky little dancer kid, You’re actually really good at this.’ And people started to respect me.”..

Lazzarini attended Springer Elementary in Mountain View and Blach Intermediate in Los Altos. For high school, he was home-schooled, because halfway through his freshman year, he was cast on a PBS show called “Adventures with Kanga Roddy,” with Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott among its producers. In 2003, as part of the Hot Under The Collar dance troupe, Lazzarini competed on the CBS “Star Search” remake. After spending two years with the Dance Company of San Francisco, he toured Europe with the RAW dance company.

But it was “So You Think You Can Dance” that catapulted him to the forefront of the dance scene, Lazzarini won a $100,000 cash prize, plus the use of a vintage indonesian embroidered slipper ballet flats shoes red green yellow ethnic boho Manhattan penthouse apartment for a year, “‘So You Think’ jump-started my professional career,” he says, “Every dancer has to be patient and wait for that one big break that can open up the floodgates, “I knew that I was going to be fine, and that, at some point, my dance career was going to take off, But the win was something that made my parents proud, They finally saw the culmination of all the money and the time and effort, all the hours in the studio, all the driving, My poor mom used to drive me to Fresno every other weekend for extra dance classes, So this showed them that all they had put into this had paid off.”..

Now based in Los Angeles, Lazzarini teaches at dance conventions on weekends. “It’s awesome to see wide-eyed kids coming up to us, getting our  autographs, asking for career advice and wanting to be in Shaping Sound. It’s rewarding to give back to the world that I came from, inspiring the same kind of kids that we were.”. Email Paul Freeman at What: “After The Curtain”. Who: Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound. Where: San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., San Jose.

By Bethonie Butler, (c) 2017, The Washington Post, NBC’s breakout drama “This Is Us” is known for its plot twists, So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the show’s first season finale threw viewers for an emotional loop, This vintage indonesian embroidered slipper ballet flats shoes red green yellow ethnic boho week’s episode revolved around Jack and Rebecca at two distinct points in their lives: when they first met, and during a rough patch in their marriage nearly two decades later, The finale was at turns heartbreaking and exciting, but it avoided the reveal that many fans were expecting, We still don’t know how Jack died..

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