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jelly shoes or beach type sandals help!

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loulabelle222 · 11/08/2005 10:04

hi ya just wondering if anybody can help me! does anyone know anywhere that has still got jelly shoes or beach sandal type things in stock for my ds (16m) he is a size 5! I am going away in september and he has outgrown the ones i got him earlier in the year from mothercare! I just need something he can wear around the pool or on the beach! ( however I don't want the aqua shoes) thanks x

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Nemo1977 · 11/08/2005 10:06

get some one ebay?
I have a size 6 thomas tank ones that ds has hardly worn if you want them but they may be too big

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Tinker · 11/08/2005 10:07

Still loads (well some) shoes in John Lewis. Picked up 2 pair of Clarks for my daughter yesterday for £5 per pair.

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Nbg · 11/08/2005 10:07

Next.

I got some jelly sandals for dd in there.

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loulabelle222 · 11/08/2005 10:40

hiya thanks nemo but the definately will be too big as he is still 4.5 going up to a 5 so they will prob fit him in winter! haha! next has all its winter stuff in! I will have a look in john lewis saturday! thanks!

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popmum · 11/08/2005 12:34

woolies and they are £1.49!!!!!!

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loulabelle222 · 11/08/2005 17:51

got some from there today and actually they were reduced to 75p hehe

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popmum · 11/08/2005 20:28

good old woolies!
they never let you down!!

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