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    So here's the situation.

    My girlfriends' birthday is in a month or so and I'm kinda stuck on what to get her. She spent £40 on me on my birthday and got me a nice hoody, but I'm not so good with clothes. It's only really in the last 6 months or so I've really started to worry about style

    Anyway, I'm thinking I want to buy her an item of clothing, and she's the type that shops at Jack Wills, Joules, ABercrombie and so on. Now, no judging of her please

    Anyway, that means £40 at least will probabley be required, so I want it to be something she'll like. I was willing to take a risk on a £20 necklace, but for this much, I want it to be nice Anyway, my question after all this is, what is the safest bet when it comes to buying a girl clothes? I was thinking a nice top, but then I worry about sizes a lot. Maybe a hoodie? Or something else?

    Also, if you shop at those places and happen to be a size 8/10, could you link me to something you'd be flattered to be bought? :ninja:
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    umm yeh jack wills or maybe crew. allthough joules are cheaper and pretty good too. Just a top i think, get her something that fits the style of her other clothes. Good luck
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    (Original post by Steevee)
    So here's the situation.

    My girlfriends' birthday is in a month or so and I'm kinda stuck on what to get her. She spent £40 on me on my birthday and got me a nice hoody, but I'm not so good with clothes. It's only really in the last 6 months or so I've really started to worry about style

    Anyway, I'm thinking I want to buy her an item of clothing, and she's the type that shops at Jack Wills, Joules, ABercrombie and so on. Now, no judging of her please

    Anyway, that means £40 at least will probabley be required, so I want it to be something she'll like. I was willing to take a risk on a £20 necklace, but for this much, I want it to be nice Anyway, my question after all this is, what is the safest bet when it comes to buying a girl clothes? I was thinking a nice top, but then I worry about sizes a lot. Maybe a hoodie? Or something else?

    Also, if you shop at those places and happen to be a size 8/10, could you link me to something you'd be flattered to be bought? :ninja:
    How about Aubin and Wills? They're the parent company of Jack Willis and to me the clothes are much nicer.
    http://www.aubinandwills.com/Store/P...tion=011482078
    This is cute and vintage looking and within budget- if she likes kooky kind of stuff the tshirts are lovely.
 
 
 
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