It's official! Now all four of the girls from Teen Mom OG have their own clothing lines — Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, Farrah Abraham, and Catelynn Lowell — so of course, fans can't help but have favorites when it comes to the reality stars' fashion senses!
Maci Bookout runs a clothing line called Things That Matter with Taylor McKinney.
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Maci runs Things That Matter with her husband, Taylor McKinney — which is a lifestyle brand that boasts more of a comfy, athletic vibe for men, women, and children.
Amber Portwood has her own online boutique called Forever Haute.
Amber recently launched her online boutique called Forever Haute, where you can purchase the chicest outfits in addition to undergarments, accessories, and cosmetics.
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"After an outpour of questions from her fans about all of the stylish outfits and accessories worn by her on her shows, Amber soon realized that even her everyday wardrobe impacted them in a very positive way. In true Amber style, she decided that by opening up a boutique, she could share her personal fashion choices with her fans while continuing to send love and inspiration to them daily," reads a statement on her site.
"When she asked her fans what they thought about her idea of opening her own boutique, many responded with love and support and were eager to see Amber’s dream become a reality."
Farrah Abraham has Mom Boss — which is the perfect phrase to describe her, TBH.
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Farrah, who already owns a frozen yogurt shop and a furniture store, decided to build onto her business empire with Mom Boss gear. Merchandise is available for purchase on her ShopFarrahAbraham.com website — which is perfect, considering Mother's Day is only a few short days away!
Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra also have a new line called Tierra Reign.
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The happy couple recently launched Tierra Reign, which is described on its Instagram page as "hip and handmade threads for your little ones." The line is strictly for kids.
Scroll through the gallery to see how these girls' fashion lines compare with each other!