Ich bin JENNIFERFOTHERINGHAM aus Dundee. Ich bin Qyper seit dem 19.11.2008
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2-6 Murraygate, Dundee, Scotland DD1 2AZ
My girls really enjoy going into this store with its big TV screen at the back (a feature of all Disney stores). It stocks a good range of items and does some really good sales. I bought a till here a few years back for one of my daughters and her and her sister have played with it more than most other toys including 2 other tills that had been puchased from elsewhere and the price at the time was reasonable. The staff are helpful and the store is layed out well - it is fairly easy to find what you are looking for.
80 Commercial Street, Dundee, Scotland DD1 2AP
Good old ELC - it’s been around since I was little and it is as good today as it was then. They do such a wide range of colourful toys and have a good range of prices too - prices are comparable with other retailers but they have a good range of cheaper toys if you just have a few pounds to spend. The store is clean and wide enough for prams other than the top section near the books which is quite cramped. I have always found the staff to be helpful when i have needed something and have made quite a few purchases there over the years. The children enjoy going and they don’t make you feel like they are in the way when they are toddling about touching things and playing with the items they often have on display for the children to try. So, I like it!
325 Brook Street, Dundee, Scotland DD5 2DS
I have to say I would rate this shop similarly to Oh Baby though it probably isn’t quite as nice. Oh Baby is more traditional but still fashionable where Smarty Pants is quite fasion following although it does have a fair share of smock type dresses and knitted cardigans too. Again, it is simply too expensive! Who in Dundee can afford to spend £50 on a dress that is absolutely tiny - how do they justify that. Also the shop is far too cramped to feel comfortable with a buggy - you just kind of feel you are in the way and want to leave as quickly as possible! I can’t imagine that is what they intend!
Overgate Centre, Dundee, Scotland DD1 1UF
Now I do like the baby gap stuff - I really do. You can pick up something really lovely and unusual and they really try and coordinate full outfits with matching accessories which is very cute and quite unusual for shops over here (they do it much more in the US in places like Gymboree). However, because the likes of Asda and Tesco have such lovely ranges for children now it comes down to price again. They are simply too expensive to justify spending on a baby that will have outgrown the outfit in 3 months. The shop is bright, clean and the range is easy to see quickly so all in all not a bad shop but not a great shop either!
The Wellgate, Dundee, Scotland DD1 2DB
I have rated this on the basis of the Adams stores generally and on their website because this store shut a long while back so not sure why it still features here. The nearest other store is St Andrews but I think they maybe shut all the stores. There was a good range of clothing and accessories and I would describe the prices as mid range. Rarely anything startling in the range but fine for your basics although to be honest supermarkets are best for them!
120 Logie Street, Dundee, Scotland DD2 2PY
This place I used to love but perhaps I had more money back then or perhaps I am just a more clever internet shopper than I was, but now I hardly go and it is purely because of price - well mainly because of that. Their product range is quite limited because it is quite a small shop and especially if you have children with you, which lets face it, is quite likely or why else would you shop there? There are some lovely finds - that is true and that is the positive but you pay sky high prices of them where you could pick up something just as unique on ebay for a fraction of the price!
Dayton Road, Kingsway West, Dundee, Scotland DD3 8QE
UGC is situated near the ice rink and a few restarants in a park type setting ( as in retail park). It is a huge cinema with a massive foyer and 2 choices of sweet shops. The range of films and times I have found not to be as good as the Odeon but in terms of quality of sound etc it is about the same. It is also similar in terms of price although I think Odeon run more deals. Probably if you live in the West End then this is your cinema and if you live in the East then the Odeon cause it is handier. To me there is nothing that makes this wow and nothing that makes it bad - you see the film you want to and buy an overpriced bag of sweets and a drink. So spacious and handy for those in the west end of the city like students but other than that nothing special
Unit L4 Overgate Centre, Dundee, Scotland DD1 1UF
Used to be the store of the minute but somehow it has become really dated and tacky in my book. Even the lighting in the store is harsh and unyeilding and it is priced similarly with shops like Zara where the quality and style means that it should be a lot cheaper. I don’t like River Island now - men or woman’s section. The shoe range is probably the best bit about the store and when I think about it the boots there are usually lovely but for clothes alone I feel its just a bit cheap and nasty especially the party/occasionwear. The store is next to lots of others so probably ok if you are trying to find something in particular. Staff are always friendly and polite and accessories are sometimes ok.
1-3 Murraygate, Dundee, Scotland DD1 2EE
Monsoon is in the Murraygate which is the main walk between the two main shopping centres. Its ranges are gorgeous - especially the childrens and it is brilliant for a bit of luxury however the major downside of Monsoon is cost. I cannot afford to buy anything from there unless it is 70% off in their sales. Their sales are brilliant because the reduction is so significant. The kids clothes are just beautiful but who can afford £60 on a child’s dress that will be out of it in 3 months time! Best for luxury items such as a dress for a wedding or something. Their homeware is nice though - they only have little pieces in the Dundee store and it is reasonably priced and great for a gift
Unit Msu2 Overgate Centre, Dundee, Scotland DD1 1UF
H&M has to get 5 stars. It is so great to pick up little pieces for a reasonable price that follow fashion. They allow for more conservative trends and the more daring ones and they are great for maternity wear. The kids range is excellent - there are some really, really cute items that look the same as in a baby boutique but at a fraction of the cost. Mens range is great too although a bit feminine in style for a lot of guys. Price wise you can only beat it in probably Primark or Asda. Accessories are fantastic and really I can’t fault it - something for everyone, really easy to update your wardrobe without spending a fortune - you could buy three outfits to one from OASIS or Warehouse or Gap!