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Minnie Mouse stilettos by Oscor Tiye have people falling head over heels to get a pair

The Independent logo The Independent 4 days ago Sarah Young

© Provided by Independent Print Limited From Primark’s sell-out Beauty and the Beast Chip Purse to Vans’ Toy Story slip-ons, Disney collaborations are nothing new in the fashion world.

But just when you thought you’d seen it all, someone goes and launches an entire range of Minnie Mouse inspired high-heels.

Whether you’re a hardcore Disney fan or not, this pair of shoes guarantees to appeal to your inner 8-year-old self.

Subtly designed, what initially looks like a standard heel in the front transforms into a wistful trip down memory lane in the back.

Sold by shoe label Oscor Tiye and designed by Italian designer Muaddi, the heels have been cleverly crafted into two styles so customers can choose between a high stiletto and a low-heeled sandal.

Released as part of the brand’s spring/summer 2017 collection, they’re also available in a range of colourways.

From goes-with-everything black to all-over glitter gold, denim blue and gold and red, there really is a style to suit everyone.

But, they come with a catch.

Unfortunately, the adorable shoes will set you back anywhere between £415 and £690 depending on which option you choose.

Causing a frenzy on social media, Tiye’s Instagram page has been inundated by Disney fanatics since sharing images of the range with one post racking up more than 3,000 likes.'

“I have to get these! My husband and I got married in Disney World,” one person wrote.

Another added, “I've been tagged on all social media sites by at least 15 pals for these shoes.”

Watch: Swap flats for stilettos in seconds with these interchangeable heels (by Business Insider)

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