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Irregular Choice welcomes Mulan and Snow White

Quirky shoe brand launches latest collaboration with Disney.

Quirky shoe brand Irregular Choice is continuing its partnership with Disney, revealing it will launch six new Disney Princess collections this year.

The first two in the series are Mulan and Snow White, which arrived in-store and online on July 26.

Both collections include shoes, heels, boots, bags, purses and tights depicting the classic Princesses, as well as their friends and the villains which accompany their stories.

Irregular Choice has previously enjoyed healthy success with its Star Wars, Toy Story and Cinderella collections.

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