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Topshop voucher for a 12 year old

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moanybollocks Wed 27-May-15 13:15:22

Want to get my niece a voucher for her birthday. Is Topshop still the cool shop? And if so, how much would be enough to buy her something nice?

She lives in a small town and I thought it would be nice to take her to one of the big shops in central London to spend it.

ISingSoprano Wed 27-May-15 13:27:55

Topshop is great - my 17year old dd loves it (and spends most of her allowance and earnings there!).

dexter73 Wed 27-May-15 13:28:50

Topshop is still popular. Also Jack Wills, H&M, New Look, Hollister. I would think £20-25 would be a reasonable amount.

Madbengalmum Wed 27-May-15 19:58:24

Topshop is popular but in my experience my 12 yr old prefers new look and the 17 yr old likes topshop

Euphemia Wed 27-May-15 20:35:29

DD would love that - she finds Top Shop a bit pricey so she'd be thrilled by a voucher!

moanybollocks Wed 27-May-15 20:46:22

Thanks all.

I could make a voucher myself and say to spend wherever you want?

But if I get her the Topshop voucher it'll save us traipsing round all the other shops wink

Penguinsaresmall Wed 27-May-15 22:05:56

What's about h&m? Bit cheaper but still nice stuff according to DD...

ephemeralfairy Wed 27-May-15 23:01:17

Topshop is expensive, you get more for your money in New Look/H&M. Topshop clothes are lovely though...

usualsuspect333 Wed 27-May-15 23:03:21

I'd get her an H & M voucher.

inmyheadimthequeen Wed 27-May-15 23:04:34

Exactly what madbengalmum said. And soend whatever you want? In Topshop? Have you sorted the second mortgage then?

inmyheadimthequeen Wed 27-May-15 23:05:03

soend spend

moanybollocks Wed 27-May-15 23:06:06

Spend WHEREVER. Not whatever.

inmyheadimthequeen Thu 28-May-15 18:46:47

grin

chanie44 Thu 28-May-15 19:02:14

If you live near a big shopping centre. you can get generic vouchers which can be used in most of the shops in that centre.

I've bought those vouchers before and they've gone down really well.

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