Fashion sales in the UK increased by 6.4% in November

Offers fashion sales in the UK. In November, retail sales in the sector recorded an increase of 6.4%, according to data published by the Office for National Statistics. With this rise, the sector is picking up speed again, although it is the second smallest rise recorded so far this year.

The statistical office highlighted that the increase in sales is largely driven by Black Friday (which occurred on November 25). “Black Friday sales continued throughout the month in some stores, which contributed to an increase in sales,” says the Office for National Statistics. In fashion, the entity particularly highlights the good development of sales in shoe stores.

Because of the low comparative basis, The public sector started with a 74.5% increase in sales It rose again in February and March, with increases of 106% and 79%, respectively. In April, UK retail trade returned to normal, registering an increase of 11.1%.

In May, June and July, UK fashion retail continues to grow by double digits, up by 15.9%, 12.7%, and 16.3%, and began to ease in July when sales rose 7.2%. In September, the British fashion store posted a 7.3% increase in sales, and closed October with an increase of 6.4%.

Retail sales volumes in the UK as a whole have also slowed in recent months. The sector closed November up by 4.2% compared to a rise of 5% in the previous month.

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The sector that developed best in the eleventh month of the year is gas stationswhich recorded an increase of 9.5%. They were followed by food stores, whose sales rose 7% in November. For their part, home product stores increased their sales by 1.3%.

UK online commerce, for its part, ended November down 5% and the share rose to 26.2%. Online fashion sales, for their part, recorded a decline of 2.9%, although they maintained their share at 24.7%, the same as the previous month.

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