The sale of clothing, shoes, accessories, and accessories is not only on a high, but it is also trending.
The year 2017 saw a new trend emerge in the online shopping industry, with a new, fast-growing category of clothes being sold at the lowest price available.
The trend, called the sale of clothes, has grown exponentially and is now a major segment of the online retail market.
The trend began in 2015 with the launch of Amazon.com, the first major online retailer to accept online orders for its goods, but the rise of Amazon has since spread to other retailers and online shops.
According to research firm eMarketer, the average price for a typical item sold on Amazon has fallen to $7.97 from $8.16 last year.
But that’s not all.
According in its report, in 2017, online retail sales of clothes dropped by 6% year-over-year to $3.7 billion.
In 2017, clothing sales rose by $1.5 billion to $10.1 billion.
“In 2017, Amazon surpassed Macy’s to become the second-largest seller of clothing online, behind only Walmart,” said eMarketers analyst Mike Cavanagh.
“This was partially due to the launch and availability of the Amazon Prime membership service, but also because Amazon also became the largest seller of apparel online.”
The new trend has also gained momentum since the holidays.
In November, Amazon announced the “sale of everything” plan, which allows customers to buy from a selection of retailers at a discount from the usual markup.
Amazon has also announced plans to launch an online shop for everything in 2019.
But for the most part, the sales of items online have continued to slow down, as retailers have become accustomed to the online sales phenomenon and have adjusted their stores accordingly.