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Sales per store, sales per sq m
Figure 1: Best - and worst - case forecast for consumer spending on clothing and accessories (incl. VAT), 2009-19 Market factors
Companies, brands and innovation
Figure 2: Estimated distribution of consumer spending on clothing, by value, 2013 and 2014 Figure 3: Attitudes towards and usage of brands in the clothing retail sector, August 2014 The consumer
Where consumers buy
Figure 4: Retailers from which clothes are bought in-store and online, July 2014 How people shop for clothes
Figure 5: How consumers shop and buy clothes for themselves, July 2014
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Reasons for shopping at a particular retailer
Figure 6: Reasons for shopping at a particular retailer, July 2014 The consumer – improving the shopping experience
Figure 7: What would improve the shopping experience, July 2014 The consumer – what would encourage them to buy more online Figure 8: Factors that would encourage consumers to buy more clothes online, July 2014 What we think
Issues and Insights
How has the clothing sector performed in 2014?
Who are the winners and losers in clothing?
What are the main changes in shopping behaviour?
How can retailers improve the shopping experience for customers? The facts
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