NEW YORK — It will take some concessions and cutbacks, but accessories makers are confident they’re on the road to recovery — albeit a long and winding one — next year.

Like most retail categories, the accessories business, which is estimated to have annual sales of about $28 billion, has been challenged by retail consolidation, a downturn in consumer spending and earlier-than-usual markdowns for the past two years.

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