There are a lot of women's magazines out there but when you're a teen like I am it can often be difficult to know what you want to read and what is appropriate for your age. So here are some of the most common magazines broken down into categories based on skill level and topics covered.

Vogue and Vanity Fair - Magazines such as these are for those who are either slightly older or are frequent readers. They have an array of topics and not just fashion/beauty. I read Vogue regularly and enjoy it but read it more like a book where I would have to concentrate and spend some time on it rather than something I could flick through on a quick train home or in the hairdressers' waiting room. I usually only buy Vanity Fair if there is something I specifically want to read in it (such as the Vanity Fair shown above which is Game of Thrones) but I also enjoy reading it as a bit of a break from 'trashier magazines' and it can be a really great option if your English teacher asks you to expand your reading.

Elle, Cosmo, Glamour etc - These magazines are somewhere between the ones above and below; they have some shorter articles and some helpful advice columns but are also padded out with serious fashion spreads and some interesting pieces here and there. They are a good one to subscribe to as they are not too laborious to read and usually have cool celebs on the cover but also have enough that you can read them over the month.

Miss Vogue and Company - To me, these are the only teen magazines worth checking out. Anything else is cheesy or a bit too try-hard. These magazines are fun and easy to read, usually a lot shorter with no more than 150 pages (unlike a 400 page Vogue!). They are colourful and cute and a great place to start if you're just starting out with reading more non-fiction.

DYLAN - If you're always stuck for what to read then you can read my magazine DYLAN! I know it's lame to plug yourself but it's free, online, and covers a wide variety of topics so it can help show you what you're more interested in reading about. Also, it's aimed at teenagers and written by teenagers so it has some pretty relevant stuff in it!

What do you like reading? 

make sure to follow this blog on bloglovin'
twitter    /    facebook   /    instagram
There are a lot of women's magazines out there but when you're a teen like I am it can often be difficult to know what you want to read and what is appropriate for your age. So here are some of the most common magazines broken down into categories based on skill level and topics covered.

Vogue and Vanity Fair - Magazines such as these are for those who are either slightly older or are frequent readers. They have an array of topics and not just fashion/beauty. I read Vogue regularly and enjoy it but read it more like a book where I would have to concentrate and spend some time on it rather than something I could flick through on a quick train home or in the hairdressers' waiting room. I usually only buy Vanity Fair if there is something I specifically want to read in it (such as the Vanity Fair shown above which is Game of Thrones) but I also enjoy reading it as a bit of a break from 'trashier magazines' and it can be a really great option if your English teacher asks you to expand your reading.

Elle, Cosmo, Glamour etc - These magazines are somewhere between the ones above and below; they have some shorter articles and some helpful advice columns but are also padded out with serious fashion spreads and some interesting pieces here and there. They are a good one to subscribe to as they are not too laborious to read and usually have cool celebs on the cover but also have enough that you can read them over the month.

Miss Vogue and Company - To me, these are the only teen magazines worth checking out. Anything else is cheesy or a bit too try-hard. These magazines are fun and easy to read, usually a lot shorter with no more than 150 pages (unlike a 400 page Vogue!). They are colourful and cute and a great place to start if you're just starting out with reading more non-fiction.

DYLAN - If you're always stuck for what to read then you can read my magazine DYLAN! I know it's lame to plug yourself but it's free, online, and covers a wide variety of topics so it can help show you what you're more interested in reading about. Also, it's aimed at teenagers and written by teenagers so it has some pretty relevant stuff in it!

What do you like reading? 

make sure to follow this blog on bloglovin'
twitter    /    facebook   /    instagram

Post a Comment

Thank you for commenting on my blog! I read every single comment I get, and will try to respond to as many as I can.

Contact

Instagram

© Scribbles
Design by The Basic Page