You Shall Go To The Ball: Irregular Choice Meets Cinderella

One of the most anticipated revelations in all of fairytale history… will the glass slipper fit the foot? Well ladies, thanks to Irregular Choice’s stunning new Cinderella collection, there’s no doubt that it most certainly will. And this time, there’ll be no pumpkins, definitely no evil stepmother, and a guarantee you can stay at the party long after the clock strikes 12, ensuring your evening stays just as magical as it began.

As anyone knows, the journey to a happily ever after begins with a single step, so where better to start than by finding the perfect pair of shoes to carry you along. With an abundance of sparkle in a range of sensational designs, Irregular Choice have done it again, curating an exquisite confection of hand-crafted footwear, designed of the highest, detailed and most eccentric quality. Who can deny the nostalgia either – a childhood montage of magical ever-afters. Now it’s time for you to live that fantasy.

Irregular Choice - Gracious Dreamer Sparkling Glitter Heels
Irregular Choice – Gracious Dreamer Sparkling Glitter Heels

Embellished to utter perfection, the ‘Gracious Dreamer Sparkling Glitter Heels’ feature an explosion of sequins – a foundation enhanced by their metallic heel and decadent bow detail. A sprinkle of lights also feature across the body – as if there weren’t enough sparkle already – ensuring this splendid design is truly fit for a princess. Similar are the ‘So This Is Love’ shimmery mary-janes, confirming that indeed, this is what love looks like. Brocade-style fabric trimmed with a rose-gold scalloped edge sets the tone for a sumptuous design. Not to mention the adorable birds delicately embroidered onto each toe.

Irregular Choice - So This Is Love Glitter Heels
Irregular Choice – So This Is Love Glitter Heels

If you’re wary of height and searching for an approach that still speaks volumes, the ‘Can’t Stop Me Dreaming’ loafers pay homage to a classic Disney scene. They combine gold trim and embroidered stars with a beautiful digital print of Cinderella and her fairy godmother, making them a magical, and super-comfy, alternative. Despite the allure that each pair exude, the most indulgent on offer may quite possibly be the ‘Call Me Cinders Glitter Heels’ – a dreamy, sprinkle of fairy-dust meets cloud-blue design, lined with an impressive platform of silver sparkle. Spin them around and you’ll find the sweetest surprise of all. Enclosed in a transparent shell is Cinders herself, where she’ll most likely be perceived as a simple figurine, but we positively endorse her as a lucky charm.

Irregular Choice - Call Me Cinders Glitter Heels
Irregular Choice – Call Me Cinders Glitter Heels

With promises to fulfill your wildest dreams, who needs a fairy godmother when you can act fast and grant this one wish yourself? A wish to own a pair of exquisite, limited edition slippers showered in magic. Although it may not be necessary to twirl across the dance floor in the search for your perfect Prince Charming, we do believe it is positively encouraged to do so anyway.

You can view all the latest Irregular Choice shoes on our Online Store at www.millarsshoestore.com/irregular-choice-m8

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