When the Internet is good, you can afford to spend £2,000 on online clothes
Posted On July 11, 2021
New Scientist has published an article which details the various ways in which the internet is used to purchase expensive online clothing, which is sometimes cheaper than buying it online.
In a survey of about 1,000 Australians, New Scientist found that the most common reasons for purchasing online clothing were to avoid going to a store and to use the internet to access online courses.
The survey also found that people were buying online in order to avoid the high prices they pay for traditional retail stores.
The survey also revealed that people are spending up to 70% of their net worth on online purchases.
The study also found people spend more than a third of their household income on online shopping.
New Scientist has conducted a similar survey with similar results, finding that people in the UK spent an average of £8.85 a day on online clothing.
The online shopping trend has been taking off in recent years, as companies like Amazon, Apple, Google, and Walmart have become big players in the online clothing industry.