Best Buys Reviews & shopping Nursery essentials - cute shoes for girls Check out our five favourite nursery shoes for little girls, from the high street and online. Your little girl will love them! 1 of Ad break AsdaWe love these pretty pink bar shoes from Asda and they are such great value. Your little girl will adore playing in these floral embroidered shoes at nursery. Available in junior sizes 4 - 12. Pink Bar Shoe, £8, Asda Start-rite at John LewisJohn Lewis has a great range of shoes for toddlers and children this year, especially these red and blue sailor shoes from Start-rite. Available in junior sizes 4 to 8.5, including half sizes, and widths ranging from E - G. Start-rite Shipshape T-Bar Shoes, £16, John Lewis DebenhamsAny little girl will be delighted to wear these bright red shoes to nursery! The grip sole ensures non-slip wearing and the padded inside cushions will provide your daughter with comfort all day. Along with the gorgeous bow detailing and the Velcro straps, your girl will wear these and be super stylish, with super comfortable feet. Available in junior sizes 4 - 12. Red Bow Shoes, £13.50, Debenhams Converse at VeryConverse are ideal shoes for your little girl at nursery. The lilac, pink and green combination is feminine but cool, and your girl's feet will feel secure and comfortable. Available in junior sizes 4 - 9. Converse All Star V Ox Toddler Plimsolls, £25, Very Continue slideshow > Ladybird at Woolworths.co.ukWe know it's meant to be summer but the weather round here never stays the same for too long. These boots are fantastic for your little girl to be jumping around in. The warm orange woollen top and matching orange appliqued flowers will make your girl's feet feel warm and look lovely. Available in junior sizes 4 - 12. Ladybird Dusk Applique Boots, £20, Woolworths By Hannah Blake Comments Latest on MadeForMums Little girl wakes her parents up in the *creepiest* way The age gap Sam Faiers REALLY wants between her children Is this the answer to helping your child sleep on a plane? How Charlie Gard's parents hope to 'save other babies and children'