19 Teen Clothing Stores to Buy Online for the Trendiest Wardrobe

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This coming-of-age period for a teenager marks the perfect time to experiment with personal styles. But, a new generation means a new battle of trends. These days, social media like TikTok dictates what the average teenager fills their wardrobe with, including fashion trends that span the year 2000, coastal granny, cottage core or t graphic shirts and the too-cool joggers for school (which, in most parents’ opinion, look like pajamas).

Luckily, there are plenty of online teen clothing stores to choose from to find the latest (read: coolest) clothes and accessories. And since there’s a chance that mom and dad will be shopping, we’ve made sure to include a number of pieces that make great gifts for teenage girls and gifts for teens.

H&M

Who doesn’t love a graphic t-shirt? H&M has plenty of them, plus plenty of styles and sizes to choose from. This is one of the best places to stock up on runway-inspired pieces at an affordable price.

by Francesca

This bohemian boutique has the cutest everyday items, including frilly dresses with tassels galore. Plus, Francesca’s is full of matching accessories and cool gifts at a not-so-awful price.

Urban outfitters

Even hard-to-please fashionistas or fashionistos will find something worth their paycheck. With clothes for everyone, Urban Outfitters remains one of the trendiest stores around, especially if your teenager loves colorful dresses, scrunchies, low-rise jeans and graphic tees.

Lulus

Let Lulus be there for all their homecomings, proms, graduations and vacations – the online retailer offers dresses upon dresses, plus the cutest shoes to match. No matter their fashion sense, there are styles for everyone, including western, maximalism, boho and beyond.

Abercrombie & Fitch

A whiff of Abercrombie cologne might set you back, but a quick look through new styles proves it’s come a long way from the logo tees of years past. Abercrombie & Fitch’s collection is packed with Instagram-worthy pieces, like cozy plush jackets and functional sports dresses. It’s pricey, but there are frequent markdowns, and most styles (denim jackets and jeans, in particular) can be worn throughout your teen’s college years.

Bershka

Like Zara’s little sister, Bershka offers the same chic vibes but for less. When that summer job calls, shop for polished vests, sweaters, and more. Its flattering cuts like the low waist bottoms will fit perfectly into the trends.

Old Navy

Growth spurt? Go ahead and refresh their entire wardrobe with Old Navy’s affordable selection of fashion-forward t-shirts, sweaters, dresses and more. And since the store is known for its jeans (and its incredibly low prices), stock up on a few pairs the next time they’re on sale.

lululemon

No teen wardrobe is complete without a must-have from this activewear brand. Although a bit pricey, teenagers can wear Lululemon to school while lounging at home or playing sports.

Difference

Rather than stealing from their parents’ closet, teens can visit Gap for a selection of retro and ’90s clothing. It’s a great place to find some basics with tons of sales going on.

American Eagle Outfitters

A leader in the body positivity movement, American Eagle Outfitters offers affordable styles in a wide range of sizes, ranging from XXS to XXL and 00-24 for women, and XXS to XL and 26-48 for men. The same goes for its sister brand Aerie, which applies “Real You Sizing” to encourage people of all shapes and sizes to accept that “feelings change, moods change and bodies change”.

ASOS

The vast amount of options at ASOS ensures that they will have something trendy for every occasion. You can’t get better in price and selection with tons of clothing options under $15. The UK-based label offers a cool collection of European-inspired styles. Plus, they offer a free and lenient returns policy.

CotonOn

Let’s face it – cozy cuteness never fails. Luckily, CottonOn has all the best teen loungewear basics, from colorful matching sets to group tees. Every piece here is age appropriate without looking boring. Even better, most styles hover around the $25-$45 price tag.

Target

A trip to Target is already part of your weekly rotation, but now you have another excuse: the do-it-all store has a variety of clothes and accessories that teens and parents will love (a real win). There are tons of different collections to choose from, including Wild Fable, Xhilaration, and Colsie. You can even get Levi’s here. Plus, its activewear rivals luxury brands with its comfortable, quality fabrics.

free people

From flowy maxi dresses to chunky knits, Free People has everything your teen wants. When they hit the high school hallways, the brand fills their closet with cute staples and loungewear. Keep them comfortable and cute!

Reformation

All the cool girls shop at Reformation. Think silk dresses and chic silhouettes that stand the test of time. Of course, the caveat is that it tends to be expensive, but it’s a great investment for parts that they’ll keep throughout the different seasons.

Zara

Activate business mode with Zara’s young yet sophisticated workwear. You can find their very first blazer to follow them through every interview of their young adult life. The basics come in bright pops of color for a fun yet polished look.

Bauble

Accessorize to the fullest with budget jewelry that has the same quality as high-end options. To add their own quirky touch, BaubleBar offers a great custom collection that includes phone cases, straps and more. Additionally, they frequently do collaborations, including one in progress with Disney.

Aeropostale

Many remember Aéropostale as the place to get tees. Now, he’s fully embracing Gen Z trends like Y2K wide leg jeans, backless tops and more. Almost always, you’ll find great discounts on back-to-school finds.

PacSun

The penultimate teen boutique, PacSun is the crossroads of teen dream brands like PacSun originals, Brandy Melville, Adidas and LA Hearts. Its range of fun, fashionable prints feature a surfer and skateboarder aesthetic.

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Anne G. Cash