T is for Teen Vogue
When I’m at the magazine store and I buy a copy of Vogue, really what I want to be buying is Teen Vogue. But I get embarrassed and so I furtively glance through the pages and then put it back on the rack when someone comes by the teen magazine section.
Cuter clothes, better styling, and a do it yourself section (oh how my Molly Ringwald heart sings!) make for a good flip through. I have no idea who the stars they feature are, and I don’t need to learn about kissing techniques, or what to wear to prom, so there’s no need to read the articles.
Good job Teen Vogue!