Mommy, Me and Some Shoes: Charlotte Olympia’s “Incy” Shoe Line for Children

Childrenswear / Footwear / August 14, 2013

Incy Kids Shoe Collection By Charlotte Olympia2

Children’s shoes have moved in a new direction thanks to celebrities and their ever so stylish children. Like little grown ups, tiny babes like Suri Cruise have become fashion icons in their own right. Because of this, many fashion designers are now capitalizing on this growing trend with their own children’s lines.

The latest line to offer a range for children is Incy, the new collection of little girl’s shoes created by Charlotte Olympia’s very own Charlotte Dellal.

The Incy Wincy Spider nursery rhyme served for inspiration for this line, which features slippers for babies and six styles of shoes for toddlers and young children. Talk about wanting to be a kid again!

Dellal currently has two boys, but with all of her girly attributes and this amazing new collection, one can only hope that her baby on the way is a girl!

Your little mini fashionista can rock some leopard booties or stay sweet in a pair of  fruity flats. For the girl who loves animals, kitty flats are the perfect choice. For the wincy-est of  girls, there are slippers that feature spider webs, keeping the collection true to its name.

With a price range of  $200 and up, you can make yourself feel better knowing that ten percent of Incy’s first month of sales will benefit The Art Room, a UK charity offering art as therapy to children and young people to raise their self-esteem, confidence, and independence. Also, each pair of shoes come with a too-cute coloring book.

My first pair of heels were  plastic dress-up ones from K-Mart. What were yours?

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Bridget Marowski
Bridget Marowski
Bridget is a writer, stylist, and vintage clothing dealer based in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Bridget enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and guinea pig, and in her spare time sells vintage at local flea markets . Bridget is currently obsessed with Zooey Deschanel's wardrobe on New Girl, Moroccan food, and microcars.

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