I like this store for buying gifts for teen girls for xmas gifts. Lots of great affordable products. They have all of the items for each season and lots of things to choose from
I can remember Claire's as a child and loving it but I have found since having a niece that their prices have gotten outright ridiculous! I went in to purchase a gift for my niece because she had a graduation ceremony from daycare. I go in, it's one of the smallest stores per square foot but it has millions of little trinkets just overflowing the walls all the way to the floor. I pick out 3 items, bring them to the cash to find out that total was $65.00! If I were not in a rush I would have gone else where. I haven't gone back there since.
Claire's really is not a good store. They sell overpriced and cheaply made jewellery, and other overpriced cheap phone cases, hair accessories etc. And they should NOT be piercing ears. I'll admit , I myself got my ears pierced at Claire's when I was younger... but if I knew how bad piercing guns were I wouldn't have. I used to work there when I was 18. I know first hand we are not properly trained on how to pierce ears. We're given a paper ear and told to pierce, that's it.... That's all the training we got. I never felt comfortable piercing ears because I felt I should not be doing it but every time I'd inquire about further training or help managers would look at me as if I had 3 heads. I'd get told that this is how everyone learns and I'll get better at time. We cannot properly sterilise the gun and it's been know for earrings to get stuck in the gun half way through piercing someone's ears. Piercing guns are just BAD. In ever way. Go to a professional piercer for PROFESSIONALLY done piercings! I quit after 3 months because I just couldn't promote such an awful thing. I have never once set foot back into Claire's. I feel like if they stopped doing piercings, I MIGHT go in once in a while.. but as long as they continue to pierce I will boycot.
This store sells cheap jewelry that won't last you long at all. It is made cheap and looks cheap. The prices are sometimes good but worth it to spend a little more somewhere else.
I have never been a huge fan of Claire's accessories.
I find a lot of the merchandise very cheap looking and certainly over priced for what you get.
This is a store for teenagers... and teens are usually the ones providing the service there.
All around unappealing to me.
I've been a Clair's customer since I was a little girl and still love their stuff. They stay up to date and always ahve trendy things but it's pretty pricey compared to other retailers.
This is a store I would go so often as a teenager and now I barely go in there. Maybe if I have to purchase something for a child then yes. The store does have a great selection of accessories and prices are inexpensive.
A great store for tween girls who are starting to accessories. I love their large selection of earrings and headbands. It's also pretty cheap, so it's affordable on a tween allowance!
The quality of Claire's products is just garbage. And the price they charge for the products is ridiculous and makes no sense. Jewelry that will tarnish adorable and leave colouring on your skin? No thanks.
Claire's is a perfect place for tweens to buy things such as bags, jewelry, toys, accessories etc. I remember as a tween, going shopping at Claire's was such a fun experience; picking out trendy jewelry and cosmetics. The store is marketed towards tweens and young girls. Many of the merchandise is suited for this age group and have now included more toys and jewelry for younger girls (Licensed toys, stuffed animals etc.) . However it can be a little pricey on non-sale days for what you're getting. I recommend when shopping at Claire's, go on sale days as they have pretty good deals (jewelry $5 and under). The merchandise always keeps up with the current trends and styles. However, with jewelry (especially earrings and necklaces), it can wear off overtime with frequent use.
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