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A challenge for you ... I would like some converse style trainers. I take a size 2. All suggestions welcome

(14 Posts)
peachygirl Sun 25-Jan-09 21:23:43

I am 35. I wear trainers quite a bit (and crocs too) so pretty casual anyway.

I do not want the boot style ones

I've seen some 'real' ones on ebay. A grey and a pink spotty pair .. but I think I'm a bit too old for the latter.

M and S have some which may be possibilities.

I'm curious to know what mumsnetters would come up with

Thanks in advance

pgwithnumber3 Sun 25-Jan-09 21:24:33

Would you not buy converse pumps but in Children's size?

weetimorousdizzybeastie Sun 25-Jan-09 21:24:42

Next have them smile and Office online too

weetimorousdizzybeastie Sun 25-Jan-09 21:26:22

ah shite, Next only have the boots not the low ones sorry

pgwithnumber3 Sun 25-Jan-09 21:31:11

i really like the gold ones here - wish they went up to a UK6! They do go up to a size 2 though. wink

peachygirl Sun 25-Jan-09 21:33:53

I don't have any choice but to buy childrens sizes pgwithno3.

Office ones look promising but their sizes confusing I assume I am a 'mid 2' as opposed to a 'kids 2'

fishiedewar Sun 25-Jan-09 21:35:15

no laces though

gigglewitch Sun 25-Jan-09 21:39:36

have you seen these on amazon?
Branch309 just might have them in small sizes - take a look?

peachygirl Sun 25-Jan-09 21:43:20

gigglewitch they look good but I would prefer laces

gigglewitch Sun 25-Jan-09 22:24:18

smile know what u mean - keep looking for u
<converse addict>

ICUP Sun 25-Jan-09 22:24:32

OFFICE

hanaflower Sun 25-Jan-09 22:26:13

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

WilfSell Sun 25-Jan-09 22:31:27

Jeez, if I were you I'd get some dinky little Heely's in a skate-style (they're like Vans, but with wheels) and make all the kids laugh.

But I have mahoosive feet and I'd look like an elephant on ice grin

I dare you.

WEESLEEKITLauriefairycake Sun 25-Jan-09 23:12:32

Boden childrens section - £12

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