Women’s Shoes Stores

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The right fit: Improved consumer conditions will drive sales of premium clothing

IBISWorld’s Women’s Clothing Stores market research report offers insightful industry analysis and research into the market at the national level. IBISWorld’s in-depth industry market research is presented in a logical and consistent format. The industry report contains key industry statistics, market size, industry trends, and growth and profit forecasts for a 5-year outlook period.

Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

Despite declining mall traffic and competition from thriving superstore retailers, the Women’s Clothing Stores industry has remained relatively strong over the past five years. Disposable income and consumer sentiment are on the rise, driving increased demand for the high-end products carried by many industry companies. The industry is expected to continue growing over the next five years, buoyed by a rise in high-income households. However, competition from discount department stores and online retailers is expected to intensify… purchase to read more
Industry Report – Industry Analysis Chapter

Bolstered by thicker wallets among consumers, revenue for the Women’s Clothing Stores industry has grown moderately but consistently over the five years to 2015. While clothing is a necessity for every consumer, companies in this industry gain profit from the sale of expensive clothing and accessories to affluent consumers looking for fashionable apparel. Department stores and superstore retailers, such as Target or Kmart, attract the majority of consumers looking for deals on less-expensive clothing. Moreover, customers with more discretionary income will purchase more expensive products and generate greater sales, making the industry rely heavily on the growth of wealthy households… purchase to read more

women’s Shoes

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The Bizarre History of Women’s Clothing Sizes

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One of the most infuriating American pastimes occurs within the confines of a dressing room. But where do these seemingly arbitrary sizes come from? Sit down, unbutton your pants and enjoy a condensed briefing on women’s clothing measurements:

“True sizing standards didn’t develop until the 1940’s,” says Lynn Boorady, fashion and textile technology chair and associate professor at Buffalo State University. “Before then sizes for young ladies and children were all based on age — so a size 16 would be for a 16-year-old — and for women it was about bust measurement.”

Suffice it to say, assuming all 13-year-old girls and 36-in.-bust women were created equal proved problematic. “Mostly it was assumed that the women in the house would know how to sew,” Boorady says.

But consumers — and the booming catalog industry, which proliferated as Americans moved to more rural areas — were ready for change. In a 1939 article titled “No Boondoggling,” TIME explored the Department of Agriculture’s effort to standardize women’s clothes, an effort that had been inspired by the fact that U.S. manufacturers guessed it was costing them $10 million a year not to have set sizes. “Each subject — matron, maid, scrubwoman, show girl — will be [measured] in 59 different places,” the article read.

The data of 15,000 women was collected by Ruth O’Brien and William Shelton, and while the project was impressive — “especially considering they didn’t have computers to analyze the data,” Boorady says — it didn’t exactly solve the problem.

Women’s Shoes

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