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E-commerce : 20-40% of all clothing purchased online is returned – Srishti Dhawan, Pragma

by on March 30, 2015

Fit to bust  ... It is estimated that approximately 20-40% of all clothing purchased online is returned, and these numbers vary drastically across categories. While t-shirts and menswear get a low rate of return, dresses can account for 60% of the returns.

Initially retailers focussed on making their delivery models more flexible, encouraging shoppers to buy, try and return. The problem with this solution is that no matter how easy the retailer return/delivery policy is, customers still need to invest time and effort in making that return, and often end up in a physical store for the final purchase. This is evident in the rise of click and collect, particularly in fashion.


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