Clarks Has Launched A 'Little Mermaid' Collection
If you're in need of something to cheer your little ones up with right now, why not surprise them with a pair of The Little Mermaid shoes?
Clarks has teamed up with Disney for to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Little Mermaid (feel old? Same) with a brand new collection of shoes inspired by the under water adventure movie.
The Clarks Kids X Ariel line features two colourways that are sure to spark joy for any kid.
Coming in both canvas shoe and sandal styles, you can opt for Ariel's colours - vibrant red and pastel green inspired by the mermaid heroine - or Flounder's colours - sky blue and daffodil yellow inspired by her trusty fish sidekick - for real 'under the sea' vibes.
The canvas style shoes have a lightweight sole, while the concealed padded collars make them super comfortable.
On the other hand, you can get your little one a summery sandal, which boast flexible neoprene uppers that are both water friendly and machine washable.
What's more, all four designs come in kids and toddler sizes, with prices ranging from £24 to £30.
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"Inspired by their favourite character from under the sea, Disney and Clarks have come together to create a bespoke collection of Little Mermaid shoes to empower your little ones to follow their dreams," says Clarks.
"With ombre shell prints and the signature colours of Ariel and Flounder, our collection of Little Mermaid shoes captures the magic of the story. Make these Disney shoes for toddlers and kids a part of your world."
The shoes are currently being buzzed about on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, and we can see why!
"Aww our little mermaid would love these," wrote one parent.
"How cute r these sandals [sic]," wrote another.
"Do you think they have them in an adult size 6?," wondered a third.
Erm, petition for Clarks to bring these out in adult sizes, please.
You can shop the Clarks X Ariel collection here.
Featured Image Credit: Clarks
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