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Irregular Choice steps out with Disney once again

New Mickey Mouse & Friends collection follows on from success with Star Wars and Cinderella.

Quirky shoe company Irregular Choice is continuing its collaboration with Disney, with its latest collection focusing on Mickey Mouse & Friends.

The limited edition line includes 45 shoes and accessories featuring characters such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and Chip and Dale.

Styles – for women and girls – include ballet flats, sandals, sneakers, heels, Mary Janes, platforms and cowboy boots.

True to form for the British brand, Irregular Choice has come up with some imaginative designs making use of bold colours, prints, fabric bows, glitter, metallic accents, three dimensional ears and silhouetted images.

The new collection follows on from the sell out successes of Irregular Choice’s Star Wars and Cinderella ranges.

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