By  on June 30, 2008

The dwindling economy has yet to stifle the demand for casualwear.

Gas and food prices have skyrocketed and the real estate market is suffering, but Americans are still purchasing casual apparel, based on the 85 percent of those surveyed who said they bought this category of clothes in the past year. It represents a 2 percent gain from 2007.

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