Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Day 1247 - Shoesday Tuesday

Irregular Choice Rosie Posy
Shoes: Rosie Posy | Irregular Choice (Rosanna Gault) 

Like Teddy Toes last week, my shoes today are also from SS17.  Back in 2010, Irregular Choice collaborated with the London College Of Fashion, where Rosanna Gault and So Yeon Sarah had their designs made, in a very limited collection.  Rosanna was asked to rework her cut-out heart heel and floating platforms for SS17, where we were treated to 6 more variations.  I ended up with 5 of those, some of which I've not yet shared here, though they all fit similarly. 

Tuesday, 21 June 2022

Day 1246 - Shoesday Tuesday

Irregular Choice Teddy Toes
Shoes: Teddy Toes | Irregular Choice 

Last week I shared my polar bear sliders from SS19 and today I'm going back another couple of years to SS17. This style came in 3 colours, each with a separate name, as they were slightly different. The mint pair with short ears and pompom tail, resembling a bear are Teddy Toes. The pink with longer ears and pompom tail are Cream Puff, resembling a bunny and then the black pointed ears with longer, thinner tail are Kitty Paws, a cat.

Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Day 1245 - Shoesday Tuesday

Irregular Choice Arctic Slide
Shoes: Arctic Slide | Irregular Choice 

Another oldie for you this week and something a bit different from my usual heels.  Last time, I posted my fit review of the Glazed & Confused platforms from SS19, coincidentally the pair today are also from that season.  These were part of the Family Reunion collection, celebrating 20 years of Irregular Choice.  That collection (I've stated before), is one of my favourites and remains so-I can't think of another since, that's had me as enthralled. 

Tuesday, 7 June 2022

Day 1244 - Shoesday Tuesday

Irregular Choice Glazed And Confused
Shoes: Glazed & Confused | Irregular Choice 

Another one from the archives for you today, see Barnacle Betty from last week if you missed those.  This week, ah, another pair I compromised on.  Story of my IC life these past few years.  I wish these had a higher heel.  Sorry, if you're tired of hearing me say it, I'm tired of never getting high enough heels to be honest!  It's actually rare to see genuine high heels at IC now.  They've never been one to follow trends (and actually high platforms and heels are in fashion right now), so if it's fallen out of favour, that shouldn't make a difference to IC.  Maybe I'm in the minority, I don't know, but I only bought these because they were cheap and I otherwise liked the design, but I'm not a fan of my foot feeling almost flat inside.