The UK Clothing Market 2016-2021
The UK clothing market will grow by £3.2bn in the five years to 2021-equating to 23.6% growth on 2016. However volume growth will not reach pre-recession levels until 2019. Retailers will need to overcome unpredictable weather by investing in more transpersonal items. Online growth is slowing so retailers will need to find a balance between instore and online channels to offer a seamless experience. The increase of male interest in personal appearance will demand more choice and newness from the menswear market and retailers can expect to see a boost to the school wear market because of the baby boom of 2010-2013.
- Value segment continues to gain share of spend
- Grocers will grow share following short term set back
- John Lewis and House of Fraser prosper as Debenhams struggles
- Online pure plays prosper as they become third most preferred channel.
The UK clothing market 2011-2021 offers a comprehensive insight into the factors driving the clothing market, the inhibitors, the major players performance, the main trends and consumer attitudes. It also forecasts to 2021. It provides in-depth analysis of the following:
Reasons To Buy
- The Hot Issues
- What People Buy
- Where People Shop
- How People Shop
- Why People Shop.
- Understand how retailers can utilise the need for transitional clothing to overcome unpredictable British weather and the changing requirements of consumers. · Strategies for tapping into the Tween market.
- The benefits of offerings a personalized shopper experience.
- Understand the factors behind the growing demands for fashion in the menswear market.
- What does the ‘right balance’ between e-commerce and physical stores mean for retailers?
- The impact of market recovery on the value clothing players.
- The hot issues
- What people buy
- Where people shop
- How people shop
- Why people shop