In a recent research report called "The State of Retailing Online 2007," conducted by Forrester Research US online sales of apparel,
footwear and accessories (excluding jewelry) will reach $22.1 billion
in 2007, a 21% increase over 2006.
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Additionally, apparel is expected to grow 18%, accessories nearly 25% and footwear 21% this year alone.
apparel than on computers to become the largest online retail sales
category (excluding travel).
the rise of online apparel sales," said Jeffrey Grau, eMarketer senior
analyst "is the overwhelming majority of online shoppers still prefer buying in
stores where they can touch and try on clothing items."
one of the most popular cross-channel shopping categories," Mr. Grau
said. "But now, to overcome customer resistance to actually purchasing
online, Internet apparel retailers are pioneering the use of
visualization tools, personalizing service and adopting liberal
shipping and return policies."
According to the Forrester figures, US shoppers spent more on
"What is truly amazing about
"Apparel has traditionally been
Amen. Online shopping rocks!