I’ve always loved the shape of Irregular Choice’s Cortesan courts, which, as you probably know, come in a variety of different uppers, some of which are cute, and some of which are just plain kitsch or crazy.
Which category does this version fall into, I wonder? It’s called ‘Woof’, and here’s why:
Yup, it’s a little Scottie dog on a leash. And I know I probably shouldn’t, but I can’t help but go “aww!” when I look at the little guy. What do you think of these? If you love them, they’re £59.99 at Schuh.
awwww they are adoreable! i’m sooo gonna get them!!! woof!
Such a coincidence, 5 min ago I just posted something about IC! I like Irregular Choice, and I like these shoes too… although I would buy a different pair, let’s say, more “wearable” (don’t get me wrong, they are wearable, for sure, I meant… a bit more plain then, with bows, flowers, etc…!) But they are adorable!
Who can’t go awwww at these shoes? However I don’t love them enough to buy them. Sorry little scottie dog.
I love Irregular Choice. I was on their website last night wishing that all their shoes would spontaneously appear at my doorstep. It did not happen.
As a child, I was given a sweater for Christmas that had a detail almost exactly like this across the chest. It was a beautiful sweater, other than that- which is how I feel about these shoes.
I don’t particularly like them but I know someone who loves Scottie dogs so I’m sending her this link right away.
They’re absolutely adorable when they just stand there. Interestingly they don’t look so good when worn (just watch for yourselves at the linked website) – or at least not with bare legs. In my opinion these are meant to be worn with opaque tights and jeans.
I love them but agree with Moni, reckon they wouldn’t look good on….wouldn’t they be better as flats?
If my name would be Dorothy and I would have to walk on the yellow brick road, I would sooo get them! 🙂
They look fun! I’d buy them if I had that much spare money!
I think that I need those. Grey flannel and a little dog seems just perfect for autumn (I teach history at University so I can wear pretty much what I like to work as long as it’s decent and clean).