Why The Price Of Clothing Is Increasing

The time of cheap disposal clothing is coming to an end.  The average cost of clothing has been rising at an alarming rate over the last decade.

Those great deals where you can pick up a t-shirt for $5 are coming to an end.  These days consumers are used to going into a store and getting 80% off the stickered price.  This forward thinking has generated an over inflated price to compensate and prevent losses on these sales.

Clothing has seen the biggest jump in price compared to any other consumer goods.  Clothing has increased the cost of living by 4.4% year over year.

Another cause to the increased clothing prices is due to global warming.  The world has been experiencing more draughts in regions critical to cotton production.  Because of this the yearly yields have decreased and the cost of cotton has increased by 50%.

Governments around the world have also noticed the increased in fabric disposal and some cities have started to impose an outright ban of throwing clothing away.  A lot of charities and goodwill programs are being overwhelmed by the number of clothing that they receive and end up throwing a lot of it away.  Governments are giving strict fines and penalties if your garbage contains clothing.

Over the last decade big textile recycling companies have been started to handle the waste generated by consumers buying more clothing that they need or so called disposable clothing.

The technology sector have come up with ingenious ways to save our landfills and help people save money.  Allowing users to give away there perfectly find clothing to other people who can use them.  Most people toss their clothes mainly due to size changes, they don’t like the fit or style or got it as a gift and just don’t want it and could not reject it.

Take a look on the app store for your device and search for “get free stuff” and start getting free clothing and other items that other people do not need anymore.

 

The time of cheap disposal clothing is coming to an end.  The average cost of clothing has been rising at an alarming rate over the last decade.

Those great deals where you can pick up a t-shirt for $5 are coming to an end.  These days consumers are used to going into a store and getting 80% off the stickered price.  This forward thinking has generated an over inflated price to compensate and prevent losses on these sales.

Clothing has seen the biggest jump in price compared to any other consumer goods.  Clothing has increased the cost of living by 4.4% year over year.

Another cause to the increased clothing prices is due to global warming.  The world has been experiencing more draughts in regions critical to cotton production.  Because of this the yearly yields have decreased and the cost of cotton has increased by 50%.

Governments around the world have also noticed the increased in fabric disposal and some cities have started to impose an outright ban of throwing clothing away.  A lot of charities and goodwill programs are being overwhelmed by the number of clothing that they receive and end up throwing a lot of it away.  Governments are giving strict fines and penalties if your garbage contains clothing.

Over the last decade big textile recycling companies have been started to handle the waste generated by consumers buying more clothing that they need or so called disposable clothing.

The technology sector have come up with ingenious ways to save our landfills and help people save money.  Allowing users to give away there perfectly find clothing to other people who can use them.  Most people toss their clothes mainly due to size changes, they don’t like the fit or style or got it as a gift and just don’t want it and could not reject it.

Take a look on the app store for your device and search for “get free stuff” and start getting free clothing and other items that other people do not need anymore.

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By | 2016-11-05T22:35:48+00:00 August 25th, 2016|Environment, Fashion|0 Comments