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Inside the Closets of Three Disney Starlets

This trio knows the importance of footwear, both on the red carpet and on the set of their upcoming movie, "Lemonade Mouth."

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Bridgit Mendler

Photo By Courtesy of Disney Channel

Bridgit Mendler (plays Olivia White)

Age: 18

Hometown: Washington, D.C.

Pairs owned: 20

Favorite brands: “If you’re going for comfort, Uggs are great. I also have Preview International sandals I wear [almost] every day from Nordstrom Rack. I’m a big fan of shopping for a bargain. I also like Vans and Cole Haan.”

Best travel pair: “It’s usually important to travel with a closed-toe shoe. I’m a boot girl in general, but [for traveling], I’d say sneakers — a white pair of Vans.”

Favorite athletic brand to work out in: “I wear my Nike running shoes when I’m on a hike or working out.”

Most comfortable shoes for between takes: “If I’m on set and I’m wearing a pair of high heels, I will definitely go for my Uggs. They make my feet cozy and warm.”

Next purchase: Black flats. “They’re not really statement shoes, but they’re good for spring.”

Organizational strategy: “I have a box for shoes divided into sections. In each section I put a pair of sandals, and I have shoes in boxes on top of that. My boots are lined up on a shelf above, and my slippers are on the floor.”

How does your personal style compare with your character’s? “Her style is a bit more feminine than mine. I like to wear skirts and dresses, but I’ll make the [outfit] more edgy by adding some jewelry.”

What type of shoes will you wear in the film? “I’m a little bit taller than the other girls, so they put me in flats and boots for a lot of [the movie]. They were cute and comfy, so it worked well.”

How were the styles different from what your character, Juliet, wore on “Wizards of Waverly Place?” “My character was ultra-feminine, so she wore girly flats in pretty pastel [colors] with flowers.”

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