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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--September 28, 2023--

The “Work Clothing: Combining Performance, Comfort and Image” report from Textiles Intelligence Ltd. has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report is an indispensable resource tailored to a diverse audience seeking valuable insights into the global textile and clothing industry. It is essential for manufacturers operating in the realms of fibers, textiles, clothing, and chemicals, enabling them to make informed decisions in a dynamic market.

Work clothing encompasses three distinct categories–basic workwear, corporate wear, and protective clothing–which cover a broad and diverse range of garments and accessories.

Likewise, textile and clothing machinery manufacturers specializing in spinning, weaving, knitting, sewing, as well as import/export activities, will find this report instrumental in their strategic planning. Established brands and retailers in the textile and clothing sector, such as Adidas and H&M, will discover critical market intelligence to guide their business strategies.

As a result, the market for work clothing represents one of the largest single segments of the performance apparel industry. In the face of numerous threats in recent years, the major players in the work clothing market have shown themselves to be remarkably resilient.

Two such threats are disruptions in supply chains and sharp increases in costs and these have put pressure on earnings. At the same time, there have been sharp shifts in the way people dress for work and these shifts have posed a key challenge for designers of work clothing.

Many companies have overcome these threats by introducing products which fulfil the changing needs of customers and, more specifically, meet growing demand for garments which combine comfort and durability with a fit and style which allow for individual expression.

There is strong evidence that clothing which meets the needs and preferences

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