15 Cracking Statistics for Branding in Clothing Industry

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Many companies are going an extra mile to carve a niche in the clothing industry. Some prefer focusing solely on sales while some prefer more branding for maintaining customer loyalty. The purchasing trend of the customers of the customers is changing and a lot of employers are not yet aware how to influence the buying decisions of the consumers. These statistics can help them plan a better marketing strategy and get started with the branding to reach out to maximum potential buyers.

  • Choosing the right color scheme for the brand is the keystone to make or break a brand identity. About 85% of customers refer to the color as the primary reason to buy a particular product and a signature color can build brand recognition by about 80%.
  • Most of the clothing brands prefer monochromatic logo (51%), followed by Bi-color scheme (30%) and multicolor (19%).
  • The first impression of a brand logo has the potential to influence the buyers within 10 seconds and about 7 impressions to create an impact on the psyche of the consumers.
  • In content marketing, it is important to choose the right combination of colors. The right color can improve readership by 40% by making the campaign easy to read and visually attractive.
  • Visual content is more appealing to consumers than textual content. Our brain process images 60, 000 times faster than we process words. This is the reason why many companies use a glyph or visual in their logo.
  • About 33% of the top 100 brands use the color blue in their logo.
  • Keeping the target audience in mind, it is important to choose a right brand name as about 90% of all purchasing decisions are made subconsciously.
  • Consumers in Tuscan and Arizona spend the least on apparel.
  • Social media posts with the buzzwords like “win”, “winner”, “buy”, “new” and “Giveaway” has the capability to gain 47% more interaction within the fashion industry.
  • Shoppers look for the detailed information of a clothing brand online before (87%), during (82%), and after (35%) visiting a store.
  • More than 75% of mobile users are more likely to go directly to a retailer by enlisting help from a website or app.
  • About 86% of US consumers are willing to pay up to 25% for a better customer experience.
  • It’s very important to look after the customer service as 95% of consumers share bad experiences with other people.
  • Men’s favorite colors in the US: 57% blue, red 7%, 2% brown, 1% yellow, 2% white, black 9%, grey 3%, green 14%, orange 5%)
  • Women’s favorite colors in the US: (Blue 35%, Brown 3%, Green 14%, Grey 1%, orange 5%, purple 23%, red 9%, white 1%, yellow 3%, black 6%)

Sources: Entrepreneur, The logo factory, Color matters, Brand Buddha, Treehugger, Fashion United, Business of Fashion

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