This year marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of Jelly Boots, the iconic footwear brand that has been synonymous with the Irish fashion scene for decades.
The brand, which has also produced a range of other footwear, has recently released a limited edition jello collection, which includes a jello tank, a jelly shoe, a mule and a pair of leather sandals.
It also released the first official jelly shoe.
The footwear was inspired by the famous jelly beans that were first introduced to the world by British mathematician Charles Darwin in 1859.
The jelly beans were the first thing that people ate in their everyday life.
The name of the brand is a play on Darwin’s name and “jellies” are an abbreviation for jelly beans.
Jelly Boots is a joint venture between the Jellies and the Royal Jelly Company, which specialises in making jelly shoes.
The company, which is based in Cork, Ireland, was established in 1999 and has produced over 80,000 pairs of the jelly shoes since its launch in 2004.
It sells out on a regular basis, with most of its sales in the UK and the US.
Jelly Boots have been on the market since 2002.
The brand has been sold in a number of countries, including the US, China, Japan, the United Kingdom and Germany.
The jellys range has sold out in a matter of months, with only one pair being available at a time.
Jelly Shoes, which was created by Charles Darwin and is now owned by the Royal Jellys, is a collaboration between the company and the University of Cork.
Source: RTE News/Alastair Crooks