NEW YORK — After a first half that was better than expected, dress and suit firms are banking on an up cycle for tailored clothing and one-price dressing to lead to solid increases in the third and fourth quarters.

Executives pointed out, however, that beating last year’s figures shouldn’t be too difficult given the economic lethargy that befell the nation after Sept. 11. But they also noted that beating those numbers doesn’t mean that business will be booming, and that they have lots of challenges ahead before they declare 2002 a success.

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