While this digital version of the popular magazine provides a lot of teen-focused content, its venture into mature subject matter may worry plenty of parents. The best thing about Teen Vogue's fashion spreads is that they don't usually feature anything you wouldn't want your teen to wear -- the worst is that they feature some higher-end items that would probably be a splurge for you, let alone your fashion-fickle daughter. That said, interspersed with the $200 and $300 items, teens will find things they'll see at some of their more wallet-friendly fashion haunts, like H&M and Urban Outfitters.
Clothing, however, isn't the only content featured on the site. Generally, the writing is clear and informal enough to be appealing, and the topics are, for the most part, things that directly relate to teens' lives. They'll see items on politics, mental health, and other serious topics -- which are generally handled in an informative, straightforward way -- and a number of posts that center on less intense topics, such as Starbucks obsessions, celebrity news, and cute boys. There are a few items, though, that deal with sexual acts and other subjects some parents may feel uncomfortable with; as a result, it might not be a bad idea to check in with your teen to see what she's checking out on the site.