Kantar Worldpanel: Clothing, Footwear & Accessories
Data: 24 weeks ending March 28, 2010 vs 2009
|Number of units||1.5bn||-1.3%|
|Average selling price||£10.21||+3.8%|
- Large average price increases drove childrenswear and womenswear expenditure growth as volume declined
- Menswear experienced improved growth driven by volume increase
- Full price continued to recover, with year-on-year growth of 6.1%
- High street share continued to decrease – 1.1% compared with last year – as shift to home shopping and supermarkets continued
|Retail Sector Share £%|
29 Mar 2009
28 Mar 2010
Childrenswear (£2.1197bn, +2.8%)
Winners: Canvas shoes, Girls Blouses, boys polo shirts, Boys Dungarees, Shorts, All in ones, Boys Sandals, Boys swimwear, Girls Hats.
Losers: Dungarees, Girls Fleece, Tracksuits, Girls Joggers, sweatshirts, Girls dressing gowns, Girls jeans, Boys Replica kit, Girls Swimwear.
Menswear (£4.55bn, +2.1%)
Winners: Polo Shirts, Cardigans, Swimwear, Vests, Boots, Shorts, Jogging bottoms, Combat trousers, Sandals.
Losers: Night Shirts, Tracksuits, Rugby Shirts, Suits, Formal shoes, Hats, Rain coats, Belts.
Womenswear (£8.503bn, +2.6%)
Winners: Formal Blouses, Casual Blouses, Dresses, Cardigans, Sports shorts, Vests, Hats/Caps, Party Dresses Handbags, Jumpers.
Losers: Suits, Tracksuits, Bra & Brief sets, Casual trousers , Jeans, Formal Skirts, belts, Polo Shirts, Dressing Gowns.