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Designer Jollyhers Fashion Mid Girl Dresses Huge Discount This Summer
Jollyhers Posted: Wed Jun 21 01:36:13 2017 Post | Quote in Reply  
  As mentioned, the rise in the UK birth rate has had a positive influence on Jollyhers girl fashion clothes sales. Infant wear is important strategically to suppliers, who hope that consumer loyalty at this stage will engage long term buying. This has encouraged the introduction of children fashions by major supermarket chains such as Tesco and ASDA, as well as value retailers such as Primark.

Children in the UK are expected to wear some type of uniform to school. This applies to both public and private schools. For this reason, school wear is one of the most competitive segments of the children¡¯s wear market, resulting in a current price war among value retailers. All retailers have been keen to differentiate their product lines. In 2005, ¡°George¡± became the first retailer to offer Advanced Teflon across a number of garments, to aid durability and stain prevention. The same year, Woolworths upped the fashion element in its range by adding combat pockets to school uniform trousers and three quarter sleeves on cardigans.

In April 2007, National Schoolwear Centres launched the UK¡¯s largest sized school uniforms. The range included a 52-inch blazer, trousers with a 42-inch waist and a shirt with a 17.5-inch collar. The company stated that it had experienced a 25% rise in demand for 50-52 inch blazers year-on-year. Its uniforms, which were previously only distributed via mail order, are now available through the retail market.

According to the Health and Social Care Information Center, between 1995 and 2004, obesity among boys aged 11 to 15 rose from 14% to 24% and, among girls, it rose from 15% to 26%. However, according to National Schoolwear Centers, the issue is not solely one of obesity but the fact that children are taller and bigger generally.

For families there is a further issue, insofar as children¡¯s wear, under certain sizes, is exempt from VAT. Consequently, larger sizes are higher priced, owing to the additional cost of VAT. As a result, the Schoolwear Association, which represents school-uniform suppliers and manufacturers, is lobbying for the abolition of VAT on all school-specific children¡¯s wear.
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