By  on June 23, 2008

For better or worse, the financing climate today is helping shape what shoppers will see for fall.

A wariness among lenders on Wall Street and tepid sales on Main Street means the credit that paves the way for apparel to move from overseas factories to U.S. stores has become harder to come by — making it more expensive for many firms to borrow for key fall orders.

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