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Irregular Choice Women's Boots

Irregular Choice is a brand of footwear that is designed to help you stand out from the crowd. Created in 1999, the founder, Dan Sullivan, wanted to create a brand that offers something different, bold and that shows off and celebrates individual style.

Irregular Choice women's boots are available in an extensive range of styles and designs that cannot be compared to any other brand of footwear. Every year, the design team produce 600 different styles of footwear, and there are now over 10,000 options of boots and shoes made by Irregular Choice.

Boot Ranges

Knee high boots - Offering room for even more style and embellishment of the boot, knee high boots are great for winter to keep you warm and show off your individuality. Knee high boots are perfect for tucking your jeans into or wearing with thick tights, skirts and dresses.

Booties - fitting snugly under the ankle, booties offer more coverage than shoes, but less leg coverage than ankle boots. Booties are a perfect bold statement piece that is great for party outfits or rebelling under your office clothes.

Ankle boots - Taller on the leg than booties and will finish between one and four inches above the ankle bone. Ankle boots are easy to wear and perfect for running a casual errand with a touch of style.

Heel Height

Allowing everyone to choose their unique style, Irregular Choice offers a range of heel heights throughout all of their boot options, from flat styles for day to day errands and comfort, to mid heels (1.5 - 3 inches) that are perfect for an individual style at the office. Their high heels (3 - 4.5 inches) are ideal for party outfits, dressing to impress and girls' nights out.


Depending on your chosen style, Irregular Choice offers an impressive range of decorations for their shoes, from flowers, bows, brooches and charms. As well as extensive coverings, the boots are often adorned with unusual and lavish fabrics.

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