Every year we are seeing new women's magazines appear on the market, to join the masses already published. How can we determine which are the best value? It's easy to spend at least $20 per month, which totals upwards of $240 each year. Most magazines target a particular demographic, so it's wise to check out any ones you think might find interesting, before buying or subscribing.
If you are a teenager there are a number of magazines that you might enjoy. Up until about seven years ago, Seventeen and YM were the main ones in your category. Now, luckily for you, there is a surge of new teen magazines. Two of the most popular are Teen People and Teen Vogue. If you're not looking for advice on a relationship, Teen People might be your style. It has articles and photos on fashion and celebrities. Fashion conscious teens will probably love Teen Vogue. It features all the hottest new looks for every season. These magazines are also good if you are in your late teens.
Cosmopolitan it the must-read magazine for the 20-something professional woman. She can read about fashion advice, relationship advice and there is lots of gossip for the party-ers. Cosmo has been entertaining women for years and is still a great read. Jane is a bit more of an alternative magazine. It too focuses on fashion, but also offers articles on the stranger sides of celebrities. Their articles are fresh and interesting, and the music reviews might just lead you to a new favorite, but less known artist. Mademoiselle is still another good magazine-read, offering good articles, advice, and a lot of fashion.
Glamour is a good read for the late 20-something woman. Its favorite topics include women's issues and articles for professional women. Their fashion advice is also up to the minute, but also practical. In Style is also popular with this demographic. It is hip and trendy, with a hint of the classical. You will find fashions from all the hottest designers of the moment. Vogue has always been the defining magazine for seasonal fashion. It features remarkable ensembles that are too expensive and outrageous for most of us, but it is so much fun to read up on the hippest designers and their newest lines.
We've barely touched the tip of the iceberg here. There are hundreds of women's magazines to check out. Some offer advice on various subjects, while others are just plain fun. In general it is much more costly to buy magazines at the newsstand. If you read a magazine every month, think about buying a subscription as you will probably save as much as 50% off the cover price. Magazine subscriptions make super gifts, especially for your friend who "has everything".
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