New York, NY - This year, back-to-school shopping won't be a headache; with new tips from Cotton Incorporat...
New York, NY - This year, back-to-school shopping won't be a headache; with new tips from Cotton Incorporated, parents can dress their children for the head of the class without breaking the bank.
"With just a few key pieces, like zippered hoodies, leggings, and denim jackets, parents can prepare their child's summer wardrobe for fall while still keeping a careful eye on their household budgets," says Linda DeFranco, Director, Product Trend Analysis, Cotton Incorporated.
Despite the economic downturn, 77% of consumers say they plan to purchase new clothing for their children this fall, according to the Cotton Incorporated Lifestyle MonitorTM survey.
The great news for consumers is that extending the life of their children's summer wardrobes for the school year doesn't have to be costly or time consuming. Supplementing what children have worn all summer with just a few heavier-weight items that can transition into the fall will ensure kids are always comfortably and appropriately dressed for the changing weather.
View the accompanying webisode at www.TheFabricofOurLives**** for tips on how to layer your child's wardrobe for a cost-efficient way to bring summer clothes into the fall. With just a few key pieces like cotton leggings and hoodies, parents can equip their children for the school year without emptying their wallets.
Cutting Cost With Cotton is one in a series of communications designed to help consumers in trying economic times get the most from their favorite fiber.
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