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Sales of flip-flops, swimwear surge during pandemic's summer months: reports
The future of retail amid coronavirus
International Council of Shopping Centers CEO Tom McGee discusses how the coronavirus is impacting the retail landscape.
Sales of and searches for summer fashion staples like flip-flops and swimsuits are said to have surged this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic, as shoppers stick closer to home and keep it more casual.
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With extended work-from-home orders and “staycations” defining summer 2020 for millions, people are allegedly altering their personal dress codes for the new normal. Since June, searches for flip-flops have surged 53%, while demand for the Havianas brand is up 89% month over month, The Guardian reported on Saturday, citing fashion global search engine Lyst.
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