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It is a common problem on the high street that teenagers between the ages of 12 and 16 struggle to find clothes to fit them. Parents constantly complain to retailers about the lack of clothing for that age group. For girls, they usually have to try a size 6 in womenswear, which not many retailers stock. For the boys, the clothes often stop at age 12 and then it’s onto an extra small in menswear, which, again, not many retailers stock and they are still too big for some teenagers.
H&M are a great retailer if you’re looking for cheap and fashionable clothing. The range starts at age 8 and goes up to age 14.
In New Look, they have a great range for teenage girls. The range starts at age 9 and goes right up to age 15. It’s not frumpy and a lot of the items are on trend and will be suitable for little fashionistas.
Marks and Spencer
Girls are catered from the age of 5 right up to the age of 14.
A great choice for teenage girls up to the age of 16.
One of the best retailers for teenage boys with a clothing range starting at 8 and finishing at 14 years old.
Marks and Spencer
You will have to pay more for teenage clothing in M&S than you would other retailers but they have some great items for boys 5-14 years old.
Next offer a great selection of items for boys right up to the age of 16.
These are just a selection of retailers that cater for teenagers. Others are:
Matalan (up to 16)
Tesco (up to 14)
George at Asda (up to 14)
Zara (up to 14)
Hopefully this article will have helped you in your struggle to find clothing for your teenage son or daughter. It is possible to find clothes out there without having to resort to the womenswear or menswear departments.