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Chelsea boots for girls?

(15 Posts)
tethersend Thu 20-Sep-12 20:10:10

Want to get some leather ones for DD which look like they might last more than 5 mins; She's a size 8-9...

Anyone seen any?

doghouse Thu 20-Sep-12 20:26:30

I buy my DD aged 5 jodphur boots from amazon (tuffa); much cheaper HTH

tethersend Thu 20-Sep-12 21:17:48

Thanks doghouse- do you have a link? Can't find any on Amazon...

QueenBeebread Thu 20-Sep-12 21:28:07

Might these work?

Spenny though but nothing compared to the Dior Chelsea boots on the same site

tethersend Thu 20-Sep-12 21:43:15

Bloody hell- HOW much? grin

Thanks all the same, Queen- could stretch to £40 max, but the cheaper the better.

CountryBelle Thu 20-Sep-12 21:48:39

Anyone rexommend a nice pair for adults?? Been looking for ages now!!

tethersend Thu 20-Sep-12 22:00:12

What are you after, Country? I'm coming across loads for adults, but hardly any for children...

DontCallMeBaby Thu 20-Sep-12 23:20:22

Clarks and Startrite both have boys' brown Chelsea boots at the moment - Clarks ones in particular are no less 'feminine' than the ones Queen links too. Boys' ranges in general might be worth a look, DD's friend had boys' Chelsea boots at what I'm guessing from the shoe size would be the same age, I was a bit envious tbh as DD wouldn't countenance anything not pink or purple at the time!

Chelsea91 Thu 20-Sep-12 23:25:40

H&m have them in a tan colour for girls and a darker brown for boys and are £14.99

QueenBeebread Thu 20-Sep-12 23:48:19

Country I liked these in COS yesterday.

<Sounding like a COS obsessive now. Sorry. Honestly I only stepped foot in the place yesterday. Will shut up about it.>

CountryBelle Fri 21-Sep-12 07:31:08

Ohh those cos ones r lovely! The green is beautiful, although i imagine brown would go with more things. Theyre exactly the style i was looking for! I have never been in cos, dont think we have one in northern ireland!

accessorizequeen Fri 21-Sep-12 08:54:35

I think I saw some Umi ones the other day - have a look on Javari as they do some of the European brands but easier to search than Amazon.

Shesparkles Fri 21-Sep-12 08:57:44

I got some lovely ones for my dd from ASOS-think they wee about £65 (adult size 5), and they seem to be pretty well made compared to a lot on the High St. I find these days it's very much that you get what you pay for, especially with shoes

accessorizequeen Sat 22-Sep-12 07:58:19

Nice pair in John Lewis, brown £28. Not that my dd would wear brown!

doghouse Sat 22-Sep-12 08:25:08

sorry for delay in posting try these

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