quirky-shoes

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Want shoes that are sure to get you a ton compliments ? Irregular Choice Shoes is the shoes label you should be looking at. They are magical, unique, and one of a kind! I provided various styles so you can see how amazing they are!

Shop : http://www.irregularchoice.com/shop/

Irregular Choice was created by Dan Sullivan in 1999 as a reason to stand out from the crowd. Dan saw that the footwear market was becoming very neutral and black, yet there was a global demand for something different, individual and something to wear with pride.

Based in the UK so visit the shop!

Irregular Choice Carnaby Street London
35
Carnaby Street
London
W1F 7DP

** Gift Ideas for that sweet gal of yours, or treat yourself **

1. DAISY STREET - CLUMPY BLACK PLATFORM SANDALS
2. EBAY - MULTICOLOURED PLATFORM TRAINERS
3. WHOLESALE7 - HOLOGRAPHIC CLEATED SOLE PLATFORM BROGUES
4. ATTITUDE CLOTHING - DEMONIA PLATFORM BOOTS
5. DOLLS KILL - UNIF HOLOGRAPHIC PLATFORMS
6. AMAZON - TUK BRIGHT OMBRE PINK AND BLUE BOOT
7. DAISY STREET - CLUMPY NUDE PU PLATFORM SANDALS
8. EBAY - BLUE STAR PLATFORM BROGUES
9. EBAY - PLATFORM CONVERSE
10. UNIF - PINK GLITTER JELLY PLATFORMS
11. AMAZON - TUK 4 EYE LACE UP PLATFORM BOOT
12. UNIF - JELLY PLATFORM OIL/ IRIDESCENT PATTERN
13. VESSOS - SILVER PLATFORM SANDALS
14. REBEL CIRCUS - GOLD CHEETAH PRINT PLATFORM CREEPERS
15. ATTITUDE CLOTHING - DEMONIA KERA SHOE
16. DR MARTENS - INDUSTRIAL STYLE PLATFORM BOOT
17. VESSOS - LILAC CLEATED SOLE PLATFORM SANDALS
18. DR MARTENS - VELVET PLATFORM BOOTS
19. EBAY - ALL WHITE DOUBLE SOLE CREEPERS
20. AMAZON - TUK IRIDESCENT OIL SLICK BOOTS

Earlier an anon asked me where they could find quirky/ chunky/ clumpy shoes online so I put together this wishlist <3 I hope you like it! You can see the original post on my blog here :) x x x

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INDIAN WOMEN THROUGH THE AGES

I was left completely mesmerised by these rare photographs of women that were featured on the BBC website last week.

The photos are from a new exhibition in Delhi curated by Tasveer Arts and Cinnamon to highlight how picture technology changed the circulation and portrayal of the female image from the 1850s to the 1950s.

“These photographs take us on a journey from colonial studies of Indian women in the 19th century, to private studio portraits from the early 20th century, and then to iconic and glamorous photographs of Bollywood actresses from the 1940s and 50s.”

My favourite has got to be the leaning dancer, just chillin with her quirky shoes on.

- S

Who’s your fave?