Although some workplaces such as financial institutions and those requiring face-to-face interaction with customers do not allow casual clothing, the number of companies that allow no-tie businesswear is growing. This trend is favouring casualwear, contributing to the positive performance of men’s shirts, which posted a 14% current value sales increase in 2015, men’s shorts and trousers (8% current value increase) and men’s jackets and coats (9% current value increase). Casualwear is more often...
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