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September 11, 2018

My Top Pick of Clothing Stores for Teens

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Hey Yall!  I shared a little bit about the places I purchased my daughters' clothes from on Instagram and wanted to share it here on my blog too.


I have parents all the time ask me where I shop for my girls' clothes, and even my daughters' friends ask them as well because they're always so stylish with their outfits.


I like to shop at my local mall, Mall of Georgia for my daughters' wardrobe because I'm the type of person who likes to touch and see in-person clothes I buy for them, including for myself.  Plus, malls provide a variety of different stores to choose from all in one place. I barely purchase their clothes online; I'm all about the buying experience, going outdoors being around other people.  I'm a very social person, not an introvert; already I spend so much time in the house since I work for myself, I want to be out and about spending quality time with my daughters during our shopping outings.


Shopping for teens can be quite hard due to their style changing out of all the young kid's apparel, going into more of a grown-up look, but still youthful.  However, again I make sure my girls' choose outfits that are modest and age appropriate because I see today too many young girls walking around with their midsection showing with jeans leaving little to the imagination.  So not cute!

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There are several stores I like to shop for my teen girls' clothes, here is a top list of my favorite stores:


JCPenney- If you been following my blog for a while you know how much I adore JCPenney!  They have great prices, fashionable clothes for the whole family, plus the girls and I get our hair done there together too.  It's like our one-stop shop for everything clothes, hair, home goods, shoes, and more!


Justice- At first I wasn't a fan of Justice because their clothes used to be cheaply-made, and clothes were not suitable for young teens, more for older girls soon entering into adulthood. However, the brand has made a complete 360, creating cute outfits for young girls who are coming into their early teens.


The Children's Place-  This store will always hold a special place in my heart!  My daughters grew up on The Children's Place, and it's like the brand grown with them.  The store prices are affordable, trendy, and offer styles for children up to 16!  Their style of clothes is cutesy, right up Michelle's alley, but Lauren has grown out of that going towards darker, solid colors without all the wording graphics.


Hot Topic- Hot Topic can be too dark and Gothic for some parents. However, they do provide clothes that are suitable for teens that won't have them looking like they're about to be a part of a heavy metal rock band.  They even offer Disney outfits!  I go there for Lauren who likes to shop for anime shirts.


Old Navy- You can't go wrong with Old Navy.  Their styles are great for the whole family who likes a California laid-back casual style. Plus, they always have sales and coupons.


Von Maur-  I'm not going to lie, Von Maur is more on the high-end side, and I shop there only for shoes.  Lauren likes going there to get pairs of Kate Spade footwear.


Footaction- Michelle likes to wear tennis shoes a lot, so we go to Footaction because they have a massive selection of top tennis shoe brands like Nike, Reebok, Adidas, etc.


Boutiques- I don't just shop at name brand department stores for my teen girls, I also shop for clothes for them at boutiques too.  We usually buy in boutique stores when we're on vacation, or whenever we have a Girl's Day Out.  I love shopping at small businesses, although their prices are higher, the service you get is unbeatable.

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So there you have it!  The top places I like to shop for clothes for my teen girls!


Where do you shop for your teens?  Also, do you prefer to shop online or in-stores?



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