Americans plan to spend more on fall fashion
Americans report they’re ready to open their wallets and spend money on clothes. A new survey from CouponCabin.com reveals that U.S. adults plan to spend more on fall clothes this year compared to last year. Some 19 percent plan to spend more than $250 on fall clothes for themselves this year, compared to 15 percent who said the same last year.
In addition, 7 percent will spend more than $500 compared to 5 percent who said the same last year.
Not only do U.S. adults plan to spend more on fall fashions this year, they also plan to buy more items. Some 29 percent of those who purchased fall clothes last year will shop for more fall clothes this year.
When it comes to what will be filling their closets, many shoppers factor in high fashion when making apparel-buying decisions. Some 13 percent will consider over-the-knee boots, geometric prints and printed denim into consideration when shopping for clothes.
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