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If you’re buying for teenager girls age 14-18, think about giving them a mix of fun and practical. For most in this age group brands matter, but you’ll know your kid as to whether that is important for them or not. This group is also online so you could cheat and ask them to make an Amazon gift wish list for you… then your job is done!
Top Gift for Girls 14-18:
Jewelry, Scarves & Accessories
retails for $5+
Load them up with new accessories! My favorite jewelry site MyCentsofStyle.com regularly has sales with items starting at $5 on sale. Cents of Style sells jewelry, scarves, boots, graphic tees and more – and all of it at awesome prices.
Ann Williams Group Monthly Craft Kit for Teens
retails for $19.95-$24.95
If your teenage girl is cranking our crafts faster than you can drive to Hobby Lobby, this is a great option! Every month sh can get a new kit of crafts from Ann Williams Group. This company makes quality crafts that my kids love. They even have kits for adults, so you can treat yourself!
ShedRain Compact Umbrella
retails for $30
Rain gear is a great gift for this age range. No one wants drab accessories in the rain, so whether it’s an umbrella, raincoat or cute rain boots, it’s a good choice. The ShedRain compact umbrella fits great in a purse and is a good gift for any girls heading off to college (you don’t want her to get soaked on that long walk to class).
Mary Square Life Planner
retails for $33.75
This is a busy age. They have school, sports, clubs, church, getting ready for college… Help them keep track of it all with a planner. I love these planners because you can fill in the date yourself. I’m the type of person who uses a planner religiously for about a week, then I don’t pick it up for another two weeks. Fill in this planner at your own pace.
Garmin vívofit Fitness Band
currently on Amazon for $39.99
This is the perfect fitness band for this age range. It’s a good quality band, but doesn’t cost hundred of dollars. This band learns the activity level of the wearer and personalizes a fitness goal for them. It keeps track of steps, calories, distance and monitors sleep. When they’re not working out, it still tells time like an old fashioned watch.
retails for $49.95
Since the new iPhones don’t have a headphone jack, everyone is searching for durable bluetooth headphones. Rose gold is really popular right now and these headphones are so chic. These headphones are small and light and they have a microphone so you can still take phone calls.
FujiFilm Instant Film Camera
retails for $48.99
It’s always nice to have keepsakes. Get them something that gets their photos off their phone and give them a camera that instantly prints photos they can hang on their wall. This camera has awesome reviews and it’s going to be a hit with your kiddo and all of their friends.
retails for: your call!
You can’t go wrong with gift cards. Gift cards are available for almost anything from Starbucks to Amazon to massages!
Gel Nail Kit
currently on Amazon for $49.04
If she’s always painting her nails, get her a gel nail kit. It’s more of an investment than regular polish, but it also lasts much longer!
A Fancy Watch
retails for $14.99
An alternative to the fitness band watch is a pretty gold watch with a leather band. She won’t want to check her phone for the time when she has a pretty piece of jewelry on her wrist.
currently $19.99 on Amazon
Keep her feet warm this winter with a new pair of bedroom slippers. I love these quirky slippers for this age range and people seem to love them. They look so soft and they have some personality with their pom pom ears.
currently $26.99 on Amazon
I don’t think any girl will ever turn down a new bag. Canvas bags not only look cute, but they’re very durable.
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Mary Square Life Planner
Ann Williams Group Craft Kit (1 Month)
Cents of Style $50 Gift Card
Garmin Fitness Band
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This giveaway is sponsored by Mary Square, Ann Williams Group, ShedRain, Cents of Style and me, but all opinions are 100% my own.