Piper Jaffray surveyed 8,600 teens across the United States to find out how they spend their money.
The report showed that overall, teens are spending more on food than on anything else, and they are continuing to drive growth in athletic wear.
Here are their top 10 clothing brands.
America's teens have spoken.
On Monday, Piper Jaffray released "Taking Stock With Teens," its semiannual survey of teen spending habits. The report showed that teens are spending more on food and video games than on anything else but are continuing to drive growth in athletic wear.
The '90s logo and streetwear craze hasn't faded. Tommy Hilfiger, Supreme, Calvin Klein, and Champion continue to rise in popularity among these young shoppers.
The survey targeted 6,000 teens across the United States, with an average age of 16. Here are their 10 favorite apparel brands:
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