During High Street Sales, Why Are Most Available Clothes Size Xl?

If you go into a clothing shop during high street sales when shops offload there old stock, normally the majority of remaining clothes on sale are in large sizes with very few in small or medium. Why is this? I would assume that demand for different clothing sizes would follow a bell curve. Don’t the manufacturers match this bell curve when producing the clothing? I would assume that there should be an equal number of very small and very large sized items remaining but in my experience this is almost never the case..

Both comments and pings are currently closed.

One Response to “During High Street Sales, Why Are Most Available Clothes Size Xl?”

  1. John says:

    You have to remember that the clothes are often made months beforehand, and the bell curve is often ignored, outdated or not properly followed.

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: free css template | Thanks to hostgator coupon and web hosting reviews