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Engagement Tea Party – Saturday 19th September 2015 Last Saturday we held our engagement party at our house, we spent the day with around ...

27/08/2016

First Impressions: Alice in Wonderland by Irregular Choice - Tick Tock Shoes




The Tick Tock Low shoes are a part of the second Alice in Wonderland collaboration with Irregular Choice and were released on Friday 26th August. There are a selection of new Alice in Wonderland inspired shoes for sale, some low heels and flats and other more extravagant high heel varieties.

First up, let's talk about the amazing box that these beauties were delivered in. It looks like a book! I particularly like the reviews on the back. A great small detail that justifies the price of these shoes. 

The Tick Tock Black and Silver feature a holographic black glitter upper adorned with a still from the Alice in Wonderland film on the front of each shoe in either a Spade or Heart shaped frame. The edges are piped in silver with a scalloped black glitter edge. The heel is a 6cm block heel and is covered in chunky black glitter. The shoe is a slip-on style and the button does not open, instead it is on a piece of elastic meaning it's easy to get on and off. The back of each shoe is a metallic black and features embroidered words reading 'Curiouser and Curiouser'. The shoes are lined with a pale blue Alice in Wonderland printed fabric. The sole of the shoes feature more stills from the Disney Alice in Wonderland film.



 






I sized up one size in these shoes as I do find Irregular Choice shoes to come up small. I ordered a 41 (7.5) and am normally a 6.5. The shoes are a little roomy but I wouldn't have been able to get my foot in my actual size. 

The shoes are comfy and easy to walk in and I'm sure once they are fully broken in they will become one of my most worn shoes. I love the glittery look to them and as they are black they will go with lots of different outfits.

I'm not sure if these are still available on the Irregular Choice website but Schuh has some sizes still available.

Are you an Irregular Choice fan?


First Impressions: Alice in Wonderland by Irregular Choice - Tick Tock Shoes




The Tick Tock Low shoes are a part of the second Alice in Wonderland collaboration with Irregular Choice and were released on Friday 26th August. There are a selection of new Alice in Wonderland inspired shoes for sale, some low heels and flats and other more extravagant high heel varieties.

First up, let's talk about the amazing box that these beauties were delivered in. It looks like a book! I particularly like the reviews on the back. A great small detail that justifies the price of these shoes. 

The Tick Tock Black and Silver feature a holographic black glitter upper adorned with a still from the Alice in Wonderland film on the front of each shoe in either a Spade or Heart shaped frame. The edges are piped in silver with a scalloped black glitter edge. The heel is a 6cm block heel and is covered in chunky black glitter. The shoe is a slip-on style and the button does not open, instead it is on a piece of elastic meaning it's easy to get on and off. The back of each shoe is a metallic black and features embroidered words reading 'Curiouser and Curiouser'. The shoes are lined with a pale blue Alice in Wonderland printed fabric. The sole of the shoes feature more stills from the Disney Alice in Wonderland film.



 






I sized up one size in these shoes as I do find Irregular Choice shoes to come up small. I ordered a 41 (7.5) and am normally a 6.5. The shoes are a little roomy but I wouldn't have been able to get my foot in my actual size. 

The shoes are comfy and easy to walk in and I'm sure once they are fully broken in they will become one of my most worn shoes. I love the glittery look to them and as they are black they will go with lots of different outfits.

I'm not sure if these are still available on the Irregular Choice website but Schuh has some sizes still available.

Are you an Irregular Choice fan?