At the end of the day, don’t we all want to look like a ballet dancer? (The lean musculature, the grace, the posture!) Mary Helen Bowers is betting on it—the former NYCB ballerina’s Ballet Beautiful exercise program has been proven by Natalie Portman (who won an Academy Award for her portrayal of a prima ballerina with some serious problems in Black Swan), Victoria’s Secret angels, and starlets alike—and she’s begun to branch into fashion, first via pretty leather ballet slippers, loungey shorts, and knitted legwarmers under her own label and now with Ivory Row’s cropped cashmere cardigans in shades of pale toe-shoe pink, white, and black. They’re just the thing to wrap up in as the season begins to turn, whether you’re covering up post–rond de jambe or attempting to channel Les Ballets Russes on your way to brunch. And even better? They come in sizes for both you and your own little ballerina (aged 2-6 years old), should you be shopping for one.

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