Together with flexible working arrangements, such as remote working policies, the dress code in the workplace is expected to remain more casualised in the forecast period. This means in general office workers or even client-facing workers will wear ties less frequently, considering even executives are embracing more casualised dress codes such as shirt, jeans and sneakers.
The demand for face masks will be dependent on the relaxation and eventual lifting of COVID-19 restrictions by the government. The general attitude to the virus has already relaxed, especially after the fifth wave in 2022, as the virus variants weaken and most of the population has been infected once already.
Apparel accessories is expected to see growth in the forecast period, driven by the return of tourist consumption. Historically, tourist consumption accounted for 30-40% of sales of apparel accessories in the local market.
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Supplementary garments and clothing articles consisting of items as belts, scarves, gloves, hats, ties and other accessories. Knitted accessories (hats, scarves and gloves) are also included. Includes all such products designed for men, women, children, and infants. Shoes, bags and sunglasses are excluded and attributed to Footwear, Travel Goods and Sunglasses respectively.See All of Our Definitions
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