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Aldo is celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with a blinged-out collection.
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Released on Wednesday, the collaborative effort is part of the footwear brand’s fall 2023 season and it is split into two capsules. The first collection debuted in August with seven retro-inspired sneakers, heels and more.
The latest capsule features two women’s shoe styles and two men’s pairs. The collection includes accessories as well, with sparkly hoop earrings and two handbag styles. Tailored for the holiday season, the collection featured shades of black and silver with lots of dazzling elements.
The women’s options include sparkly pointed-toe pumps covered in silver sequins. The heel reaches 4 inches and the footbed includes a Mickey Mouse silhouette. The second style for women is a sneaker covered in a shiny silver material with coordinating gems. A Mickey Mouse image covers the outsoles in a black sequin design, and the shoes are complete with a white sole.
Men’s offerings include two different loafers. Each available in black, one is covered in silver Mickey Mouse heads made of pearls and gems with a black band across the top of the shoe. The second style features a simple black satin finish with a band covered in a silver sequin Mickey design.
In addition to the Disney collaboration, Aldo also released a collection in collaboration with Mattel and Barbie earlier this year with a range of heels, sneakers and accessories in various shades of pink.
The Aldo x Disney collection is available now on Aldo.com with prices ranging from $25 to $160.
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