• Here are their top 10 clothing brands.

America's teens have spoken.

On Monday, Piper Jaffray released "Taking Stock With Teens," its semiannual

The survey targeted 6,000 teens across the United States, with an average age of 16.

10. Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters has benefited from being at the forefront of a major shift in fashion away from skinny jeans and toward crop tops and high-waisted jeans. In recent earnings calls, Urban Outfitters' management team has called this out as a key reason for its recent growth.

9. Vans

Vans, which is best known for its sneakers, was voted the No. 2 footwear brand among all teens. It also made it into the top 10 list for apparel.

In just over a decade, the brand has grown from being a mostly local Southern California sneaker company to a global powerhouse. It's now the largest brand at VF Corporation, racking up over $3 billion in sales, according to Piper Jaffray.

8. Ralph Lauren

While the overall trend in fashion is skewing toward streetwear brands, Ralph Lauren is still winning over the preppy crowd.

The company crept up the ranks one position as a preferred apparel brand for teens. This was mostly led by male votes.

7. H&M

H&M continues to be a top apparel choice for teens.

The chain, which is known for its cheap and trendy clothing, was considered to be one of the pioneers of the fast-fashion movement. In recent years, it has come under pressure as more nimble online brands have sped up supply-chain times.

6. Hollister

bright spotsame-store sales have grown from flat to positive

5. PacSun

4. Forever 21

Forever 21

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3. Adidas

While Adidas

The company has been doubling down on the US market in recent years and has seen positive results because of this, capturing more market share and reporting 30-40% gains.

Read more about Adidas' growth in Business Insider's recent interview with CEO

2. American Eagle

American Eagle has its sister brand Aerie to thank for its recent success. Aerie has taken the underwear market by storm, winning over the hearts of shoppers with its body-positive ad campaigns.

Victoria's Secret, which owns teen label Pink, has dropped off the top 10 list.

1. Nike

While Nike reigns supreme as the most popular clothing brand among teens, it has lost market share in both the apparel and footwear rankings to rivals Adidas, Vans, and Lululemon.