White trainers for dd - help can't find any

(9 Posts)
balletgirlmum Sun 17-May-15 22:26:41

She measures a size 2.5/3 on her biggest foot. (Smaller foot is just under a 2) & she has very wide feet with a high instep.

She's tried on lots in sports direct, size 2 fit length wise but arnt wide enough. Size 3 feel comfy but there is way to much space at the end. No half sizes.

Clarks only do horrible glittery plasticky ones in her size more suited to a 9 year old (dd is 13) she had some in sept from Clarks but they wernt wide enough & had Velcro straps that didn't pull across properly.

They have to be white for school but she will only be walking in them not doing any sport.

We are really struggling as to where we can get something from.

sharingeverythingtwice Sun 17-May-15 22:32:41

www.schuh.co.uk/kids/youth-adidas-superstar-ii-white-trainers/2708921020/

There are plain white cons and nike on this site too, I've been looking for myself

VixxFace Sun 17-May-15 22:34:14

look on the footlocker website. They have some nice all white huaraches or air max.

strawberrytablecloth Sun 17-May-15 22:34:40

M&S have a couple of styles in the children's section in white. They go up to a size 6 and have half sizes.

balletgirlmum Sun 17-May-15 22:39:35

She tried the Adidas ones on but the 2 was too small(narrow) 3 too big (long)

Clueing4looks Sun 17-May-15 22:39:37

My 11yo dd has a wider foot with high instep, I've just bought her white lace up Vans from the boys section - she said they're the comfiest trainers she's had.

balletgirlmum Sun 17-May-15 22:41:38

She has black vans clueing which she wears for casual wear. They were fitted at a specialist shoe shop who know dd's feet & this style suits her. But I'm not sure they will be acceptable at school if I get a pair in white.

balletgirlmum Sun 17-May-15 22:46:05

Just checked M&S strawberry. I can't find the half sizes?

balletgirlmum Sun 17-May-15 22:48:04

Ideally I'd like really cheap as she will probably only wear them for a couple of weeks!

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