This Toms X Disney Collection Is What Dreams Are Made Of
Looks like I’m going to have to dip into my summer entertainment budget for this one. I’ve been so focused on getting my backyard and booze fridge ready for summer that I didn’t even think about accessories! But everything in this Toms x Disney collection is a must. If you’re a fan of Disney and comfy slip-ons, you’re going to want to see these.
The Toms x Disney collection combines two of my favorite things: Disney, and comfortable footwear.
The 30-piece capsule collection will feature shoes and accessories in true Disney style, with designs showcasing Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White. It includes shoes and eyewear for women and kids, so obviously you’re going to have to get matching sneakers.
The illustrations used in the collection were actually pulled from the Walt Disney Archives!
According to Footwear News, the prints were originally created between mid-1930 and 1959 by a group of young female artists. The artists and animators were responsible for infusing color into Disney’s animated movies. So not only are the products stylish and comfy, each one is representative of a special moment in actual Disney history.
The collection is being released in three parts. It kicks off on June 21, with the Cinderalla collection. Sleeping Beauty rolls out on July 19, and Snow White will be available on August 23. In addition to the Toms x Disney collection being released this summer, a special 6-piece holiday capsule is also planned. That will unveiled on October 18.
The prices on roughly on par with what regular Toms shoes and accessories cost.
All the pieces in the collection come in specially designed packaging. Retail prices will range from $64.95-$75 for women’s shoes and $49-$59 for kids’ footwear. Women’s glasses will range from $170-$190, and kids’ glasses will retail for $90. Plus, in keeping with Toms mission statement and company values, the company will help a person in need for every item purchased. Win-win!
So really, it’s not a matter of if you need a pair. It’s a matter of how many pairs you can snag when they’re released. They’re obviously way more comfortable than a pair of glass slippers, anyway.