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Bridesmaids shoes for 18mo - where should I look?

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franch Sat 18-Jun-05 08:12:41

Flowergirl actually but same difference. Plain white satin probably best, or something like that. For a v hot outdoor wedding in US. Anything I can look at online?

anchovies Sat 18-Jun-05 08:17:29

Monsoon?

MaloryTowers Sat 18-Jun-05 08:54:37

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bambi06 Sat 18-Jun-05 09:06:54

vertbaudet..absolutely gorgeous clothes plus they have a section for weddings/bridesmaids etc

flamesparrow Sat 18-Jun-05 09:09:01

BHS have gorgeous ones with little butterflies on them (and plain ones too)... you can't see em online though

TwinSetAndPearls Sat 18-Jun-05 21:14:26

Debenhams have some gorgeous little bridesmaid shoes. we bought dd shoes their for her christening.

Gillian76 Sat 18-Jun-05 21:45:00

What about plain satin ballet shoes?

Gillian76 Sat 18-Jun-05 21:45:55

Oh actually smallest size for ballet shoes is about a 6. What size is she?

Lonelymum Sat 18-Jun-05 21:46:45

I bought my dd a pair of white leather shoes from Clarks when she was 2 and went to a wedding. She didn't wear them much afterwards, but they looked just right. Would think this is the time of year to find white shoes in the shops.

pootlepod Sat 18-Jun-05 22:34:44

There are some cute designs by robeez or starchild

jessicasmummy Sat 18-Jun-05 22:35:29

jess got white satin ones from mothercare....

franch Sun 19-Jun-05 12:08:42

Gillian - she's probably about a 4-5 at the moment. Thanks for all the suggestions everyone

LIZS Sun 19-Jun-05 12:21:57

dd had these in navy for wedding shoes a few years back. Next also do small sizes - she had black patent size 3's from there for another occasion.

LIZS Sun 19-Jun-05 12:24:54

There are a couple of pairs of white soft leather ones from size 3 on here .

franch Sun 19-Jun-05 18:59:03

Thanks liz - v helpful. Love the Daisy Roots ones but the colour scheme's blue so no pink details allowed! The Next ones might be OK - have emailed pic to the bride, who has the final say

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