Irregular Choice was created by Dan Sullivan in 1999 as a reason to stand out from the crowd. Dan saw 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.
Irregular Choice shoes feature embellished heels, ornate wood carvings, tiny intricate charms, lavish fabrics, and memorable colour combinations. The Irregular Choice library of diverse fabrics, leathers, prints, trims, toys, glass, furs and colours is never ending.
Pop into the Carnaby Street Irregular Choice shop to see the fruits of Dan Sullivan's creative mind for yourself.
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Venue Details & Map
35 Carnaby StreetLondonW1F 7DP
- +44 (0)20 7494 4811
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
I love you, Irregular Choice! Best. Store. Ever!
So, the first thing to say about this store is that it is SO cool. Painted characters on the ceiling, dancing staff members and a whole floor of Sale stock upstairs. The seats you sit on to try your shoes on all have little cuddly toys stored in the bases and the whole thing feels like a 50s diner on acid. AMAZING.
We went in to take a look at...more
There are only a handful of stores in Belgium that sell Irregular Choice, needless to say they don't offer as many styles as they do here.
The shop is amazing, the interior is priceless and staff is really friendly. Not all shoes are withing my price range, or might not even be my taste- but I wouldn't be a footwear lover if I hadn't visit this store.more
This place has the most interesting and bizarre looking shoes I have ever seen but oh so fun to wear! Be prepared for a hefty price tag for those shoes that you might have a hard time finding clothes to match, but you really will find something unique here that no one you know will have or be wearing! Reminds me of Japanese Harajuku type footwear with clear plastic shoes filled with plastic...more
Shoes galore! These shoes are dressed to kill. I agree with Josy A. ... the style is rather quirky. I'm always amazed with the designs and that they managed to put them through production. I haven't actually bought any shoes here yet, but I love to look at the girlie arrays of shelves with outrageous shoes on it. What fun! When they started they only had really high heel shoes, but they now...more
This is quite a dangerous shop when your bank balance is running low...but so many of the shoes/boots seem like they were made specifically for my slightly kooky side!
I don't love all of them...but even the styles that would never go with anything manage to make me smile from the sheer beautiful madness! I only have only actually bought two pairs, but they are the most complimented...more