The propensity for comfortable clothing will persist even after the pandemic era

It is easy to get used to something comfortable, as evidenced by the trends in clothing, which have changed greatly in the last year and a half. Namely, despite returning to the offices, soft clothes are still in high demand

The propensity for comfortable clothing will persist even after the pandemic era

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Lifestyle dictates trends and 'drives' manufacturers to change styles, the pandemic era has proven. It is now clear who dictates the trends, and who wants to be comfortable with them. Most people who return to the office still expect the clothes to be comfortable.

Two years ago, Canadians bought about 25% of leisure clothing, that is, ones that are as comfortable as a tracksuit. This information is revealed by various manufacturers, writes CBC.

That is why many companies are investing more and more in elastic clothing and one that can be adjusted, which does not tighten in any way.

An example is Levi Strauss, a company that recently announced the purchase of the Beyond Yoga brand. Of course, they create sports clothes.

In stores, whether online or live, clothing that looks like a mix of business and those for casual moments is still in demand.

This is a real challenge not only for the fashion scene, which is now finding solutions to create a slightly more casual business style but also for textiles that offer increasingly comfortable fabrics.

By: Amber V. - Gossip Whispers