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If we were Cinderella, we would keep an eye on that potion slipper.

Disney World is now offered shiny, illusory collectibles that are made like boots and desirous by dear charcterised characters. The shoes, about 3.5 inches tall, can also do double-duty as Christmas ornaments.

The boots are not reproductions of, say, a boots that Snow White sported in her 1937 film debut, though instead paint a characters’ looks and personalities.

“You have to demeanour during their costumes and their facilities and kind of paint those in any of a shoes,” says Costa Alavezos, one of a Disney Design Group artists who designed a shoe line.

Some are candid and simply recognizable. A red shoe with white polka dots and rodent ears on a sides? So Minnie Mouse. Green with wings? Hello, Tinker Bell.

Others competence take a impulse to catch all a sum before identifying her impression companion. Playing cards line a inside of a Queen of Hearts shoe; a peacock design is on a outward of a Evil Queen shoe. Have difficulty identifying characters? Their autographs are on a bottom of a shoe. (Still, it’s humorous to consider of a sovereign essay “Evil Queen” as her signature.)

“The black has a lot some-more sum since of a peacock feathers and a wealth that hang around, and we have all a bullion and all a glitter,” Alavezos says. “I consider it was some-more time-consuming for a bureau to produce.”

The several shoe forms are not all from a same mold, distinct a infancy of Disney’s Vinylmation line, that starts with a vacant board of a Mickey Mouse figurine. The Cruella De Vil shoe is longer and pointier, reflecting a “101 Dalmatians” character’s pointy personality.

“You demeanour during her wardrobe and her hair and whatever else she likes — puppy dogs — so we kind of put a collar on a front with a small dog tab that’s unresolved on a side.” Alavezos says.

The heels get star diagnosis in several of a 19 designs. Rapunzel’s heel looks like braided hair. The shoe of Ursula, footless villainess, rests on a leg heel. Mary Poppins is propped adult by a hoop of her ubiquitous umbrella.

Not all a characters are princesses.

“We know there are fans, yes, of Cinderella and Rapunzel and Ariel, though there are also fans that like some other characters,” says Steven Miller, sell communications manager.

“It’s good to be means to offer a balance, a good brew of impression designs,” Miller says.

One shoe distinguishes itself from a other 18: It’s desirous by a masculine character. The high heel for Jack Skellington (“Nightmare Before Christmas”) has a bat and jack-o’-lantern motif.

“If he goes well, afterwards there are other masculine ones” watchful in a wings, Alavezos says.

Each shoe has an eyelet and badge so it can be hung from a Christmas tree. Remove a badge and a shoe can stay on arrangement year-round as a knickknack.

The shoes, that sell for $22.95 apiece, are accessible in name theme-park stores and during a Disney’s Days of Christmas store during Downtown Disney.

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