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Our Holiday Gift Guide For the Plus Size Teen & Tween

You’ve crossed off your parents and best friends from your list, but gifts for teens in your life have you stumped. So many new, cool things have dropped leading up to the holidays that at least one of them will fall under the teen/tween bracket. You may be far removed from their Tide pod-eating ways and obsessive Tik Tok-ing habit. However, shopping for a teen or tween isn’t as hard as it used to be.

Nowadays, we’ve all scratched our heads over what teens and tweens are into the trends they’re into. If you’ve scrolled through your Instagram explore page, then you know your teenage interests differ greatly from the older millenials. On the other hand, the teens of today are into just as much makeup, skin care, and things in tech as you and I are!

It’s (almost) as easy as shopping for yourself. Between the limited-edition drops for the sneaker head in your family and the beauty collections for the makeup geek there’s a lot to choose from. Once you see what potential gifts we’ve picked for our list, there may be a few you want for yourself!

We think so… 

Here are some of the coolest picks we found that your teen or tween will love. 

Would you get any of these for the teens/tweens in your life? Any gifts you would add that’s missing on our list? Are there any picks here you would want for yourself?

Drop a note in the comments!

See Also

If you are still gift shopping, make sure you check out our Self Care Gift Guide, our Nostalgia & Throwback Gift Guide, our Geek Chic Gift Guide, and keep your eyes peeled for more to come this week! 

Did we find the best gifting ideas for those gifts for teens and tweens?



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Ari is a plus-size blogger and writer with a focus on representation in fashion and beauty from a Black, fat, and queer perspective. Having worked in media for over 10 years, she has delved into television and fashion show productions as well as public relations. Ari and her work have been featured in Bustle, Apartment Therapy’s sister site, The Kitchn, Revelist, Narcity, Refinery29, The Cut, the late Babe.net, and now The Curvy Fashionista