Portland, OR (PressExposure) September 03, 2011 -- Must Have Teen Apparel has opened its virtual doors at a time when the Dow is tanking and the back to school rush is about to begin.
Pre-teen and teen girls may not fully understand, or care, about the dire economic outlook but they do care-and understand-how it affects the fall teen apparel shopping budget. There is good news.
Must Have Teen Apparel was created to be responsive to pre-teen and teen girls by offering them quality and a great bang for their teen apparel buck.
Those camis that are part of the teen apparel wardrobe basics? They're here. Not the kind that may be inexpensive to purchase at the mall. Those shrink. You wear them once and then they're at your midriff and violate the school dress code.
Must Have Teen Apparel's line is soft, ring spun cotton that won't shrink in the dryer, comes in a rainbow of colors and is available in quantity discounts. Great bargains at a great price that will make both mom and daughter happy.
There are hoodies and tees as well. All in a variety of colors to suit every taste and attitude a teen girl might be trying to express on a given day. We understand that teen apparel is just one expression of an evolving woman's voice.
The online store also carries a variety of fashion accessories that are in trend and eco-conscious and/or socially aware. For example, there are Maasai bracelets from Africa, the profits from which support the development of African communities.
There are handbags made from recycled plastic, earrings from soda cans-all hip, hot and sizzling with the fashion spirit that teen apparel must have to appeal.
And it doesn't stop there. Teen SkinCare is not to be overlooked. The store carries the new, natural Aussie "BellaBoo" line, founded on the Buckthorn berry, a discovery that seems to zap ever agonizing zits before they appear. This line was developed by teen girls for teen girls.
The Blog is being structured as a teen forum for tween and teen girls to find their voices and discuss issues relevant to their age with the proviso that just about anything goes except 'boy talk'-there is enough of that elsewhere.
Must Have Teen Apparel is new and a work in progress, just like the tween and teen girls to whom it caters.
The store and its founders, a mother and her two daughters, hope to be responsive not only to changing styles in teen apparel but as a full service enterprise that supports teen girls in becoming strong, powerful women, confident and savvy of their place in an ever changing world