TammY girl is a retailer of girls clothing which is part of the BHS Group. Their age range is 8-16 years and the clothes themselves are what I would consider to up to date with the latest trends.
I have recently purchased a military style jacket from Tammy Girl for myself... I'm actually in my 30's and spotted it in the window... it was only my friend who convinced me to try it on and it fitted...! It cost me £16.00 and I must admit the arms are quite long on me so I'm not sure if it would have fitted an Age 16 that well..
However its bright red and it has washed up fairly well... I did make sure that I put it back in shape when I took it out the washing machine and its not stretched at all..
I did have a look around the shop as I do have two nieces and I was impressed by how well priced the clothes were. They are certainly cheaper than Next childrens clothes and I think they are more up to date and on trend than Next too. The only thing I would say is that perhaps the clothes are a bit old for the younger age range but certainly for girls from around 12 upwards I think its a really good choice of store
Three years ago, I became a regular purchaser of Tammy Girl clothing. I have a 14 year old daughter who absolutely loves their clothes. I source most of her clothing via the internet and was very pleased to find out I could buy Tammy clothes online, through bhs.co.uk.
The Tammy clothing range, is marketed at the 8 - 16 year old age group. They are good quality, very fashionable and reasonably priced. They stock an excellent range of items, including dresses, skirts, trousers, knitwear, sleepwear, jackets, swimwear and much more. My daughter especially loves their jeans, she is slim and petite and Tammy jeans, fit her perfectly. They are hard wearing, wash well and always look smart on. I find that the same goes for anything else I have ever purchased in the range.
I find that they are quite generous with their discounts at sale time and you can get some amazing bargains. At the moment they have a good sale online, with many items half price or less.
I buy most of my daughter's school clothes from Tammy. At 14 years old, she likes to look fashionable and doesn't want to wear the basic school uniform. I can find everything she needs in Tammy's schoolwear section and it always looks very smart on and wears and washes very well.
So far I've never had to return any item I've purchased, so have never dealt with customer service over a complaint. I have though, had excellent service instore, from both BHS and Tammy staff.
Any purchases I have made online, have been delivered to me in around 3 - 5 days. They have been well packed and arrived in perfect order.
I would definately be more than happy to recommend Tammy clothing. It is great quality and value, there is lots to choose from and it's really fashionable too.
My 11 year old is a big fan of Tammy and we go there often to browse/buy clothes. Tammy is girls clothing range based inside the popular department store BHS (British Home Stores). They stock stylish clothes for children and teenagers up to 16 years. They also sell jewellery (earrings, bracelets, ect), underwear, shoes, bags, scarves and other accessories.
I have found most of their clothes to be very well made, but we have had some small problems. My daughter had a grey hoodie with large pink glitter/sparkly lettering, but after only a few days of wear, the glitter began to wear off (even more so when washed), leaving scruffy, faded looking patches. We have also found some small holes in items of clothing after purchasing that we didn't notice in the shop, but they aren't in noticeable places so it wasn't really a problem.
The clothes at Tammy aren't cheap (approx. £10 for a t-shirt, £18 for a hoodie...), so it is rare that I buy things at full price. However, there is nearly always a sale/bargain rack, with reductions up to 75%, so it is well with waiting if you see something you like, and see if it goes down in price. I have got many bargains for my daughter this way.
The staff have always been helpful (ie. going to check if there's a different size in the storeroom) and I've never had any problems getting a refund. I've also noticed that you can buy Tammy giftcards (in a small rack by the tills in most stores), which would make a good present for any girl who likes clothes.
Overall, I think Tammy is a great store, and I'm sure many young girls across the country would agree!
When I was about 11 or 12 years old, the fashion clothes area came from tammy, if you did not buy clothes from tammy them you were, a loser. Now, however, things have changed, Tammy has become increasingly expensive and the quality of the clothes has gone down. They have tried to go for a gothic look in some sections, surfy in other, and girly girl in another section. They should stick to one area - girly girl, this was their best section. I mean, how many gothic people can you think would actually go in to tammy and buy clothes? none! Not to mention the clothes sizes are pathetic - age 8 clothes to about age 14 or 15. personally, i cant imagine any 13 or 14 year old walking around in the same outfit as an 8 year old. Overall, I'd prefer to shop in somewhere like New Look where the clothes range has different sections for different age ranges. I'd recomend Tammy for younger people, unles you know a slightly old person who wouldn't mind wearing the same outfit as an 8 year old.
hi i always shop at tammy because it is a nice clothes shop and fasionable but my size is 164 that is size 13 to 14 in teens the other day i wanted thease pair of trouser i tryed my size on and they just fell down so i tryed on a diffrent pair of jeans that where my size and they where to small i was like this ent right i took um to the desk and they said what are we suppose to do about it we dont make them do we so they said to me if you have any problems just call the manager on this number or she might be down stairs i said no just leave it so ithought i would try on a pair of skool trousers and they fit fine i just thought ok so why dont the others fit so i brought them they cost me £26 that ithink that is alot of money 4 a pair pf skool trousers so now a days i just shop at new look or select of top shop they always fit and some clothes are low priced
Tammy is one of my favourite shops. They sell great, fashionable clothes at reasonable prices. Some people say that it is expensive but the clothes last for ages. For example, i've had a top for 2 years and its still in good condition. They are excellent at returning items even ones in the sale. I once returned a dress and a top over a month after purchasing them and they happily exchanged them for others in the larger sizes. They also will refund items but they have to be within 30 days of purchasing it. Tammy has amazing sales aswell, with clothes less than half their original prices. There are always more than just one size and they always have sale goods whenever you go in. Another advantage is they sometimes have seats for bored mums and dads waiting for their daughter trying on clothes!! There are some problems with Tammy though. They do a younger section called ejc (etam junior collection) which isn't good news for teenagers unless you want to see 3 year olds wearing the same clothes as you. Also the younger range doesn't seem to have suitable clothes for the age range and they look too grown up. I have a younger sister and many of her friends mums' feel the same way that I do.
Tammy is a great shop. The clothes are really nice and I shop there a lot. Tammy Girl has always been a great shop selling jewellery, shoes, underwear, nightwear and swimwear. The thing that annoys me is that the shoe sizes aren't very high, 5 is the highest that I've seen. The thing that annoys me about Tammy is that some clothes are too grown up. I saw this skirt for a 3 year old about 2 inches long and black PVC. I think the tops and skirts are tarty for 3 year olds, come on are they really gonna where that. Children don't dress girly till about 8+ but things are changing. It worries me sometimes when I see an 8 year old looking older than me. My all round opinion is great clothes, shoe sizes should be higher and the age group should start from 8+. The jewellery is nice and the nailvarnish. It's a nice shop but there aren't many about.
Well not that short (5ft 4) but if I wanted to buy a bra from tammy, which I haven't (yet) then they do my size. God thats embarrassing, i'm 24. Anyway, I buy about 80% of my clothes from tammy and I find them great value for money, great styles of clothes and durable. Loads of people have asked me where I got items from when i'm in the pub, and elsewere but I'm in the pub alot, and it gets a bit sad muttering into your hand 'tammy' (sounds like a cough if you do it properly). Sometimes I think the clothes are a bit too grown up for kids, I've seen things that even I wouldn't wear as I though them a bit too revealing. On one occasion they had a floor length see through dress, which I thought was a bit much as it came in age 8. But otherwise i rarely come out disappointed in fact last week I got two skirts and a pair of trouser for £15. So it's not all bad being flat chested (ish) and short (ish). Got size 8 feet though, such a shame they had some nice pink shoes - could always hack my toes off ?
My daughter thinks Tammy Girl is one of the best clothe shops on the High Street, she is very slim for her age and has always had trouble getting clothes to fit her. She says the clothes there are a really good fit, unlike a lot of places she has been to, there trousers are always a nice fit, and just the right length, some places you buy them and the legs are either to long or to short, or the waist is to tight or to loose. What she also likes is the prices, they are a lot cheaper than New Look or H+m, and if anything a better quality.
My daughter is now at the age where she likes to be fashionable, Her favourite shop is Tammygirl, their clothes are very fashionable, well made and very eye catching to a young child, but the prices are not eye catching for me, I find the clothes pretty expensive, jeans at about £18 for a 7 year old, i would think twice before paying that for a pair of jeans for myself. The clothes are from age 7-8 years up to teenagers sizes, The shop i go into is well laid out,my daughter really enjoys browsing in there, I have also found the clothes sizing is wrong my daughter is only just 6 years old but i have had to buy her tops age 9 years before. Worth a look if you have the money.
Tammy Girl has such expensive clothes!!! I found a jean jacket in there for £25 when I could get the same jacket (nicer infact) for a tenner less!!!! All the clothes are really expensive. The clothes are pretty nice (sometimes) and are the latest fasion, but they are all at such a large price. I like those bags which you used to get free when you spent over £25. They stopped doing that though. I bought one instead becuase they didn't give them away free anymore. This shop is only recommended for you wealty folk!!!
I used to shop at Tammy when I was younger and I remember getting extremely frustrated because none the clothes fitted me properly. The trousers were always too short and too tight around my hips. I am an average build and height, yet I always ended up having to get clothes labelled for 12 year olds say, when I was only ten. And by the time I was 11 I’d out grown all of Tammy’s clothes completely. Now I look at it and can’t believe I was ever stupid enough to buy the junk they sell. Maybe the fashion appeals to younger children, but it certainly doesn’t appeal to me. A lot of the T-shirts have cartoon figures on the front or GIRL POWER written on the front in glitter. This is the trend of most of the clothes Tammy sells. It’s all glitter and bright, bold patterns, which some people may like, but I don’t. However, the accessories Tammy sells are usually quite good quality and value for money, as are the shoes, notepads, photo frames, etc Tammy also stocks. This side of Tammy I like and often go in to get presents for younger friends and relatives. And if you do have a small figure and are on a budget, Tammy could be a very good place to look for new clothes, if you don’t mind the somewhat childish style of clothes they stock.