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Jelly shoes for toddlers- seen any you like?

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bumpitybumpbump Sun 07-Jun-15 08:25:29

I have a short window of time this week to head to the shops to find some jelly shoes for my very fussy 2yr old DD before we go on holiday. Can anyone save me the time of trawling the internet and point me to any high st shops that have these? Sparkly ones preferred! Thanks so much!

caravanista13 Sun 07-Jun-15 08:45:02

Silver sparkly ones in Asda. If size not in stock you can order online and pick up the next day.

Clutterbugsmum Sun 07-Jun-15 10:08:57

Next have some,

afreshstartplease Sun 07-Jun-15 10:10:39

The next ones seem a narrow fit to me

FarOverTheRainbow Sun 07-Jun-15 10:11:07

Matalan had 4 or 5 pairs in

Cuppaand2biscuits Mon 08-Jun-15 06:55:35

My daughter chose some from Brantano, pink sparkly and with a nice big flower on the top. We've had lots of compliments on them and they were only £8

bumpitybumpbump Mon 08-Jun-15 07:40:53

Amazing thank you all. My daughter has feet that are almost square so will check out which look the widest. Thanks again!

twojumpingbeans Mon 08-Jun-15 07:43:51

I'd go for crocs if she has wide feet, I know they are a major no no for adults but both my DDs love theirs and live in them all summer. You can get those sticky on charmy things too so that your DD (my littlest is super fussy) can decorate them how she likes..

flanjabelle Mon 08-Jun-15 07:45:34

dd has wide feet and fits fine in the next ones. she has the bright pink jellies and loves them!

twojumpingbeans Mon 08-Jun-15 07:46:34

Forgive me if this doesn't work (I'm on my phone)

www.crocs.co.uk/Crocs™-Crocband™-Sandal-Kids/12856,en_GB,pd.html?cid=485&adid=exacttarget_email_EU_20150608_SUMMERSHOPPING_UK

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