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mamabluestar Sat 03-Oct-15 16:15:55

I'm thinking about buying my niece some perfume as a gift, spending no more than £20, but I'm not sure what is in vogue.

I've seen some Lipsy and Beyonce perfumes that are within price range, but online so I can't try them before I buy - I dont know if I should take a chance based on the reviews or look along the lines of a nice Next/Ted Baker/Soap and Glory Set. Any other suggestions would be gratefully received.

WhyDoesGastonBark Sat 03-Oct-15 16:18:34

Why not go to the perfume shop and smell some in there?

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

mamabluestar Sat 03-Oct-15 16:36:14

Ive been into boots and had a little look but just wondered if any one had any advice that could steer me in the right direction haha.

She did like 1D but is starting to outgrow them confused

sonata1 Sat 03-Oct-15 17:40:22

Marc Jacobs Daisy is one that my DD likes.

WhyDoesGastonBark Sat 03-Oct-15 17:43:58

Sorry I sounded rude, I meant sniff the ones you have seen for a good price!

dingit Sat 03-Oct-15 17:49:11

Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Accessorize. Marc Jacobs is ££££

vintagenurse Sat 03-Oct-15 17:52:22

The Katy Perry ones are nice and they are reasonably priced. I even like them!

sky1010 Sat 03-Oct-15 17:56:22

Ralph Lauren Polo in the blue bottle is nice. I wore it when I was 13/14, it's nice and fresh, not too expensive.

I'd steer away from the sleb perfumes, too much room for error.

sky1010 Sat 03-Oct-15 17:58:23

Sorry, got confused. It's just called Ralph.

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CremeBrulee Sat 03-Oct-15 18:07:50

I just bought a Jack Wills body mist set of 3 fragrances to put away for 13 year old DD for Xmas. It's in the 3 for 2 gifts offer at Boots at the moment too.

WaxyBean Sat 03-Oct-15 18:12:35

Ghost Girl is nice and teenager-ish.

Ohwhatfuckeryisthis Sat 03-Oct-15 18:15:54

Have a look in places like b&m and morrisons, have a sniff in the big shops first. Some excellent big brand names there.Dd is a Chloe fan-I got two bottles for 18 quid each.

madmotherof2 Sat 03-Oct-15 18:17:47

I was going to suggest one of the ghost ones

Branleuse Sat 03-Oct-15 18:33:53

Lush - vanillary

Carpaccio Sat 03-Oct-15 19:02:41

I would go for this one: www.feelunique.com/p/Paul-Smith-Rose-Eau-De-Parfum-Spray-100ml

Cocolepew Sat 03-Oct-15 19:34:30

DD bought the Jack Wills set for her friends birthday, she said they smelt lovely.
DD is 18 and wears Bohemia from Marks and Spencer. I can smell it on her all day without her having to respray, its £12.

MrsCocoa Sat 03-Oct-15 21:24:20

This would be lovely way to let try several quality fragrances. Could generate ideas for future birthdays and Xmases?

Bananajam Sat 03-Oct-15 21:28:17

DD liked the Harajuku Gwen Stefani perfumes, they are very reasonably priced and smell lovely, plus the bottles are quite collectable.

dementedma Sat 03-Oct-15 21:29:54

Marc Jacobs Daisy is lovely but expensive.

mamabluestar Sun 04-Oct-15 11:02:30

WhyDoesGastonBark dont worry it was sensible advice, I was trying not to say that my taste is probably classed as old

Thanks everyone, loads of ideas for me to look at smileflowers

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