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Women's Apparel Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The Women’s Apparel Global Industry was $621 Billion in 2014 which was a 12% increase over the last 5 year period. Women’s apparel would cover outerwear, footwear, blouses, slacks, jeans, dresses, skirts, hats and accessories. The largest markets of consumerism for women’s apparel are Brazil, China, Italy, Japan and the U.S with developing countries also expecting an increase as a result of a larger annual growth. creates reports which share data and analytics on current and future market trends provides an outlook for women’s clothing types and styles. Market research reports can be customized to target specific demographic groups and country specific demographics for women’s apparel and style.

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Women's Apparel Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Womenswear in Thailand

    ... of the government to position Thailand as a major shopping tourism destination for Chinese people, although relatively high prices due to the current unfavourable import tax regime are likely to place limits on the extent ... Read More

  • Womenswear in Hungary

    ... fast fashion chains, which introduced several new collections during the year, boosting volume sales. In addition, market players were more confident in increasing prices, since Hungarian women were more willing to spend on apparel as ... Read More

  • Womenswear in Spain

    ... average disposable incomes, consumers are increasingly shifting from low-cost leisure pursuits to more indulgence-based experiences and activities. Thus, women are looking to travel or eat out more often, which limits their budgets for apparel. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Womenswear in the Netherlands

    ... them also actively promoting their CSR agenda both in-store and online. Smaller companies with a specific focus on sustainability and/or the circular economy are also flourishing. Reports by various players also point to a rise ... Read More

  • Womenswear in Turkey

    ... to parties. Turkish women in particular prefer these outfits as they can wear them for multiple occasions without having to change. Athleisure gives greater convenience as people do not to carry an extra outfit on ... Read More

  • Footwear in the Netherlands

    ... in the future, with sales supported by the growing economy and subsequent rising disposable incomes and purchasing power. In addition, the category will likely also benefit from the ongoing athleisure trend. Euromonitor International's Footwear in ... Read More

  • Hosiery in France

    ... wool or cashmere are declining. This trend was particularly strong at the beginning of 2018 when the weather was humid but not cold. Euromonitor International's Hosiery in France report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Hosiery in Portugal

    ... and participating regularly in sport. These consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the advantages of using products adapted to their activities, such as specific socks for running or hiking. Manufacturers responded to this demand by ... Read More

  • Jeans in Austria

    ... stiff competition among players leads to frequent discounting, which lowers value growth. On the upside, Jeans remain fashion classics and continue to appeal to males and females of all ages. Thus, jeans are a staple ... Read More

  • Jeans in Canada

    ... are a core wardrobe staple for many consumers and a key product for brands and retailers in Canada. Fast fashion retailers including Joe Fresh and H&M offer multiple fits, styles and colours for both men ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Brazil

    ... from lower-income consumers, who had postponed purchases. Another growth driver was the government concession of the income tax funds (FGTS) of finished employment contracts accumulated until 2015. By contrast, 2018 saw several negative events. During ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Denmark

    ... on the improved performance were the growing Danish population and the improving economy, with strong GDP growth, a low unemployment rate and low inflation. These two factors combined meant that there was natural growth in ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Hong Kong, China

    ... sales from 2010 to 2014, which was driven by the strong buying power of visitors from mainland China, this time, growth was achieved thanks to more positive local consumer sentiment. The composition of mainland China ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Israel

    ... year, as well as the fast rise of outgoing tourism. Consumers regard travelling as a great opportunity to shop in low-priced chains that are not present locally, and they even prefer to shop for international ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Russia

    ... incomes showed a positive trend throughout January-July 2018. However, they began to rapidly fall again from August 2018. As a result, consumers remained price sensitive and selective in their spending. This negatively affected the development ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Ukraine

    ... in volume sales dynamics. Branded apparel and footwear enjoyed good demand while a number of chains grew in presence. Unit prices did not undergo significant increases over the year due to the relative stability of ... Read More

  • Jeans in Hungary

    ... leading to a wide selection of jeans. The expansion of the category was also helped by wide availability, since jeans can be purchased in several distribution channels, including online, and consumers can choose products in ... Read More

  • Jeans in Morocco

    ... the forecast period, although there will likely continue to be a change in structure. Standard jeans will continue to outperform economy jeans, in fact overtaking it to become the most valuable price segment towards the ... Read More

  • Jeans in South Korea

    ... corporate settings, more people are wearing jeans to work. Economy and standard jeans are benefiting the most from this ongoing trend, with fast fashion players such as Uniqlo attracting consumers through offering decent quality jeans ... Read More

  • Jeans in Spain

    ... positive economic indicators, such as employment rates and consumer confidence, also anticipated to boost spending in the forecast period. Thus, consumers are likely to look beyond first-need products. In the case of jeans, spending is ... Read More

  • Jeans in Sweden

    ... dresses and light-weight trousers as temperatures during the summer soared. There were also many other variants of trousers for men such as chinos, suit trousers or more functional attire. As comfort has become increasingly important ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in South Korea

    ... generations in particular. Indeed, the boundary between sports-inspired and casual wear is becoming increasingly blurred. Fast fashion players, led by Uniqlo, H&M and Zara, continued to remain very strong in South Korea in 2018. These ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Spain

    ... staying at home or finding cheaper activities. With better economic indicators, such as higher disposable incomes, consumers are returning to their old habits, with socialising outside the home regaining popularity at an exponential rate. Local ... Read More

  • Jeans in Russia

    ... staple and the fashion industry gives jeans a new makeover each season that supports its popularity and with it a new generation of consumers discovers the attraction of jeans. Euromonitor International's Jeans in Russia report ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Norway

    ... increasingly prefer shopping online in the hope of finding a good deal or to wait for a sale to purchase a premium option at a discount. An increasing share of online sales and frequent discounting ... Read More

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