As the retail industry is slowly moving towards recovery, after the debacle caused by the second wave of the pandemic, retailers are once again pinning their hopes on the festive season. Undoubtedly, there has been a strong response in the stores and many brands (including apparel)are witnessing good sales in the last few months. Despite this, there is double excitement for the festive season, which is a very good news for the retail industry.
The year 2020, festive season accelerated sales and therefore, retailers have high hopes of reaching double growth in this season. Ethnic wear has always been a forefront in the festive wear section and ethnic brands will once again be in demand. The increasing consumer demand of the Indian wear segment can be estimated with the increasing scale of brands like Manyavar, Soch, W, Fabindia etc.
These brands focus on making the shopping experience easy and are coming up with ideas like fusion wear, which is both Indian and easy to carry. Online presence of big ethnic wear brands and acceptance of ethnic wear among youth have also given rise to this sector. Men’s and women’s ethnic wear together contribute around 90 percent to the sector. The increasing acceptability of people towards Indian wear has given rise to the segment.
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