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Top Girl Teen Gifts!

 

 

I have a 17-year-old daughter, who has made it pretty clear to me & the rest of my family what she would “love” to have for Christmas.  (Gosh, it sure is easier when they tell you what they would like).    I also have several girlfriends with daughter’s around the same age, who pretty much want the same things.  

 

So, below are some suggested gift ideas for the girl teens out there who think that “us” parents don’t know what’s going on!  🙂        

 

Cell Covers & Accessories

 

OMGosh!  This one cracks me up, because seriously, how many cell phone covers can a person have?  I think these girls go to school and see who has the most bedazzled cell phone case, and what accessories it comes with.  Boy, have things changed since I was in high school.  🙂  

 

Here are a few cases that I know my daughter likes, because she will sent me a text message with link.  Modern technology, ya got to love it!      

 

 Sugar Skull Iphone Case 

 

 

Sugar Skull Iphone Case

 

 

OtterBox COMMUTER SERIES iPhone Case

 

 

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Parents!  When your teen drops their phone, and cracks the screen for the first time, and you have paid the hefty price to get it fixed, it’s time to get them a cover that really protects!  I have had the above Otterbox case for the past couple of years, and it works like a charm and looks just as good as the first day I bought it!  $20   

 

 

LifeProof  Waterproof Case

 

 

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This Lifeproof case is a little more expensive, but it is waterproof.  Which, works for my family in case you happen to drop your phone in the commode or leave it outside all night.  Prices vary by color.      

 

Anker Portable Charger

 

 

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This is probably my #1 gift to give to teens, because I don’t want to hear the classic, “My phone was dead”  when I need to get a hold of them.  So, this portable, Anker cell phone charger, is my solution to that, and if they lose this, there really in trouble.  LOL     

 

I also own this Anker charger, and I like that it fits right into my purse, and it charges my phone quickly.  $20

 

 

Refurbished Beats by Dr. Dre Over Ear Headphones

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Wireless Beats Earbuds

 

 

Powerbeats 2 Wireless Earbuds

 

 

 

My kids really don’t want to hear about how Dr. Dre was really from my decade, they just want the Beats headphones!   Whatever!!  LOL   Also, you can save by getting refurbished headphones at Wal-Mart.  Check back often because they go quickly at this price!  Prices vary.

 

 

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Zombie Plush Slippers

 

 

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For all of you Walking Dead fans, and this includes my daughter, here are some Zombie slippers.  $10

 

 

Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II

 

 

Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker

 

 

I bought this Bose wireless, waterproof, bluetooth speaker for my hubby last year, and he loves it.  Unfortunately for my guy, so do my kids, because this speaker has a loud, booming, sound that I can hear from different rooms of the house, such as:  the bathroom, garage, and of course their rooms.  $129  

 

 

Whatever Wall Clock by Decodyne

 

 

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This is the PERFECT gift for any teen who has a problem with keeping time, at least I know mine does!  It’s at available at Amazon for $15, and highly recommend you look at all of the cool New & Interesting Finds on Amazon.  They update it daily, and it’s full of fun, geeky, and hard to please gifts for anyone on your list.  

I hope you enjoyed some of my girl teen gift suggestions, because I know that they are really hard to shop for.  Of course you can always give them gift cards and let them pick out what they want for themselves, but it’s just not as fun.  LOL        



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For all of you curvy-licous ladies out there, check the Black Friday deals are on the way!  I have also included some super saving links below each store, so hurry and take advantage of these holiday discounts on outfits, shoes, and jewelry.  Trust me, if you want to find plus size styles that look young, trendy, and fits just right, you need to check out these awesome online retailers.  

Enjoy, and go find that glamorous holiday outfit.

 

 

FashionToFigure

 

 

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I don’t know if you have heard of FTF, but it’s a great place to find plus size, not your grandma’s, clothing at a reasonable price.   Take advantage of the savings link below:

 

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ModCloth

 

 

 

 

 

Modcloth is just that, clothing that is modern, and they believe in offering styles for all shapes and sizes.  I love that they encourage their customers to share a picture of what they purchased, for the rest of us to see.  Real people, real fit, makes for a better fashion choice.     

 

 

Check Out ModCloth’s Holiday Gift Guide

 

 

Amazon Plus Size Holiday Fashions

 

 

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Amazon has a world of fashion choices for us curvy ladies out there.  I highly suggest that you read the reviews, check out the pictures that people post, and click on the size links.  I have found some really cute holiday blouses, leggings, and shoes on Amazon that you just can’t find in the stores.

 

 

Kohls Department Stores Inc



 

 

I love going to Kohl’s, and they have some of the best that there is when it comes to dressing a curvy lady.  They also LOVE to give special discount to anyone who likes to shop online.  So, sign up for their savings deals.    

I hope that you like some of the plus size places that I like to personally shop at above.  I have always gone up and down in my weight through the years, but I still like to stand out in the holiday crowd, just like everyone else.  

So, here’s to looking fabulous this season, and just a friendly reminder, that if you click on some of the links above I may get a small commission fee if you decide to buy.  Thank you for your continued support.       

 

 

 

 


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