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Just the normal high tops. I can't decide
Both fab - red nice and bright but navy is classic, and will go with blue jeans no matter what colour of top you have on, whereas some colour tops might clash with the red. Tough call tho!
navy perhaps more versatile??? Would be my preference because they'd suit the rest of my clothing better. Or take the easy option: get both!
Navy will go with almost everything casual, red are a bit more difficult to match to.
I already have the brown leather ones <<sensible>> tend to wear skinnie jeans and tbh not much red , but they are cool
Dd and I had this exact situation today. She opted for blue.Great taste and not yet 3!
It has to be navy doesn't it?
Navy. I'm looking online now and thinking of getting a purple pair. Wher are you getting yours from?
Can't help one DD has dark red the other navy!Both are nice, red goes with DD1's tendency for green, cream and brown clothes. Navy with DD2's pinks and purples.Me I want purple ones!
My heart says red but my head says navy. Navy will go with more so I have to listen to my head and say navyI too really want some purple ones
What if I getNavy converseandTurquoise spangly not converse baseball boots for fun?
Spangly you say? Well, who can resist a bit of glitter. Go for it
It's navy or red for me what with them being £22.00
Sorry they are actually £18.00
So Red Converse?Or Navy Converse and Turquoise Spangly?
Where are they £18? Tell me tell me!
<<hits Clara>>We are trying to be sensible now! <<cries>>
navy and spangly gets my vote
RED! I want them too (not the high top variety though)HTH
Ok. You can get the purple ones for £28.00 but you have to order £100 worth of stuff to get 50% off I just put them in my basket and they reduced.
Right got distracted by pink converse for £28.00 this is getting silly. I'm going navy.
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