Help! I need clothing ideas for a 14 year old girl

Jodi - posted on 02/10/2013 ( 13 moms have responded )

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My 14 year old daughter is 4' 5" and only weighs 62lbs. and in the 8th grade. I really need ideas for clothing that doesn't make her look like she is only in the 6th grade like most people think. Is there anywhere that I can buy clothing that doesn't make her look childish or too adult? Size 0 is to big around the waist, is there such a thing of size 00?

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Delicia - posted on 02/21/2013

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I'm not sure if others have already given the same answer that I'm about to give because I didn't read the prior posts but I have two daughters ages 14 and 12 (both in middle school), their fave stores to shop are Delia's, Aeropostale and Forever 21. All of these stores sell cute clothes for your daughter's size. My 6th grader wears a size 1. My 8th grader wears a larger size but I've seen 0's in the above stores mentioned. They shop there because they use their own money and it's affordable for them and definitely not childish. Other stores that sell nice clothes for her age but are a little pricey in my opinion are Hollister, Abercrombie and Fitch, American Eagle, Charlotte Russe, etc. Hope this helps. Happy Shopping!

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Anna Blakely Rose - posted on 06/30/2014

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Aeropostale sells size 00 and 000! Those are great and maybe try investing in some belts or gettings clothes with the adjustable waist. The Target kid's department has some great basics such as jeans, as well as Justice (I know, she probably won't want to shop there, but their jeans are great). JCPenney as well! Forever 21 also released a kid's line which frankly is super cute! Ordering online also works as well! Look in the Petite department.

For shirts, that's a bit harder. Try cinching around the waist with a belt. XS also can be great for girls who are smaller. Aeropostale also is great, they have smaller shirts. The women's petite department as well! Tell your daughter good luck, she'll grow into her looks soon :)

Alice - posted on 02/11/2014

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Abercrombie kids is a great place. My daughters are small too and love shoping there. It's the perfect place!

Kristi - posted on 02/15/2013

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Aeropostle also has P.S. Aeropostle, which is basically the same stuff, just smaller sizes, if the 00 don't fit. I've also found some cute 00 at Target and Walmart, believe it or not. Obviously they won't be Hollister quality but ours have lasted a school season at least. My daughter isn't snotty or entitled but she also won't wear something that looks cheesy or "ghetto" if I may quote her, speaking of the Walmart stuff. ; )

Jenn - posted on 02/13/2013

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Aeropostale has a 00 super skinny slim fit. My daughter wears them most stores have them not just online.

Maggie - posted on 02/13/2013

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Old Navy's website has a tween section on their website. I'd also recommend checking out Gap's girl's section. The pants at Gap look like kid sized versions of their women's pants. That's where I look for clothes for my almost 11 year old who is a similar height and weight and who is way over anything little girl-ish.

Amy - posted on 02/13/2013

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American Eagle, Aeroplostale both show 00 online, I'm assuming holister also carries it.

Holly - posted on 02/12/2013

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definitely the teen section in the petites.... that is your best bet. looking online is a good way

Shawnn - posted on 02/12/2013

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It will probably be easier to find them online, depending on where you're at. Good luck!

Jodi - posted on 02/12/2013

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thank you I will try looking them up online since I have never heard of either one of them before.

Shawnn - posted on 02/11/2013

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Jodi,

Yes, there is a size 00...I wore it when in middle school. Rocky mountain jeans most commonly have that size, but also check out cruel girl brands.

As far as the rest, shop in the teen section, but in the petite sizes. They'll have the same stylish clothing, but in sizes that your daughter can wear.

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