• The tale of Cinderella brought in shoes

  • British company Irregular Choice have released a collection of shoes based on the fairy tale "Cinderella" and Disney cartoon of the same name. It is reported by The Metro.

    The collection includes several models from ballet shoes to boots, they are decorated with bows, rhinestones and images of the characters. The price of new items not yet named.

    In September 2016, the company launched the collection in the style of "Alice in Wonderland". On the shoes was drawn by Alice herself and the Mad Hatter, hazel Dormouse, the red Queen, and others.

    Company Irregular Choice founded in 1999, specializiruetsya on creating shoes with unusual decor. For example, in 2014 the market entered a collection of shoes with the heel in the form of the head of the unicorn.

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