Handbag for DD aged 10.6yo

(18 Posts)
oliviafrombolivia Tue 01-Jan-13 19:57:01

my daughter got the ebay fox bag too - she loves it!

GraduallyGoingInsane Tue 01-Jan-13 19:11:40

My DD4 (10) has one very similar to this, except a matt navy - I quite wish they did it with a longer strap so I could nab it!

From Zara:
http://www.zara.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product/uk/en/zara-neu-W2012-s/317654/947051/PATENT%20LEATHER%20BAG

She also has a couple from Accessorize. DD3 is 12, she's got a Cath Kidston one, but it is quite big.

Hulababy Tue 01-Jan-13 10:11:20

For Christmas we got DD (10y8m) one of these satchels: www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271077471041?var=570118373721&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2648 which she loves and all her friends thing is great.

mathanxiety Tue 01-Jan-13 05:42:20

I saw very sweet LeSportsac Kasey crossbody style recently and was going to get it for DD4 (11). I only didn't because I remembered she already has a Vera Bradley bag exMIL got for her that is perfectly fine.

muddyin2013 Tue 01-Jan-13 01:28:36

My DD ( just 11) is also getting into proper bags.
So far, she has a small Radley pink handbag, small Kipling purple across body bag, primark bigger than her purple bag and two Paul Franks. grin

Also a Kipling backpack and paul frank messenger bags.

( not to mention all the other backbacks she has for clubs/guides etc..)

She takes after me. wink

DD got me onto the QVC website and got me to order the Candy bag (I've got a black one. She likes the way it turns into a backpack. I only ever use it as a cross-body bag)

There was a choice of blue or lilac.

I did have a look on Ebay, Debenhams but pricewise QVC was better.

I'm betting the black one will be 'borrowed' by DD now hmm

Thank You Ladies thanks

MarianForrester Mon 31-Dec-12 22:12:19

River island girls?

Glossynotflossy Mon 31-Dec-12 22:10:58

Try TK Maxx for Kipling bagsM I was in the Leeds brnach and they had quite a few at pretty decent prices. In fact try TK Maxx and you are bound to find something

bawabod Mon 31-Dec-12 21:58:20

Kipling bag in the CANDY style I bought one in lilac when my daughter was 12 she still has it 3 years later. Has washed brilliantly and been a godsend and she is not a girly girl more a dr marten kinda girl.

We're off to Lakeside or Bluewater this week.
Dependin on which one I'm reckoning a trip to Claires/New Look /JL /Primark will be on DDs agenda.

She's eyeing up my Kipling bags (though I have capacious handbags) they have small ones.
And she's asking me "They last a long time don't they?"

(I have 2 bags- one black, one brown. So none of my bags she can poach) wink

lalalonglegs Mon 31-Dec-12 20:53:52

I saw a very cute owl-shaped one in Claires recently but can't see it on the website. This is from Accessorize and similar - but more expensive, natch.

daisydoodoo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:40:52

The smaller cath kidston bags are popular amongst that age group. Or a trip to primark/new look?

hugoagogo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:31:08

dd has this dumbo one. grin and she is exactly the same age as your dd.

hugoagogo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:27:11
ILikeWhisperingToo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:21:42

sorry, that's annoying - takes you to generic JL site confused
Try typing in product code 33350701

ILikeWhisperingToo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:20:00

maybe this?
I like cross-body ones anyway for security smile
Think I had a mini back pack at that age, they were cool

ILikeWhisperingToo Mon 31-Dec-12 20:15:21

Not a kiddie bag (so no Barbie/Hello Kitty or Moshy Monster type)
Not too big so that it looks like she's borrowed mine.
Pockets for her purse & tissues and enough room for a bottle of water or soft drink.

Any ideas? smile

<<flutters eyelashes>>

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