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How Brexit is changing the way we buy clothes
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Is this a case of Remainers refusing to accept the realities of Brexit or has the fashion industry really been unfairly treated?  Probably a bit of both: fashion has been largely forgotten in this trade deal – quite the oversight given it represents 1.6 percent of British GDP. Equally, brands have known that this was coming since 2017 and there has arguably been a lack of preparation, resulting in the chaos we are seeing right now. 

But as consumers, what we really want to know is whether clothes will become more expensive and whether our favourite brands will survive. Shopping in the UK will inevitably change – but by how much?

Will it always take a month for clothes to be shipped here from Europe?
This winter and early spring – yes, but after that, it’s unlikely. As Border Control and brands become more adept at working to new rules,

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Jurllyshe has launched their valentine’s day gifts sales for fashion clothes & wigs
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“Buy 1 Get 1 50{85e7f5b37d2b3b32ff943ebdbb52de90edc4132ca8c2134f6732351e5442126f} Off for Valentine’s Day sale”

Jurllyshe’s Valentine’s Day sales are nearing the end. Grab the last time to save more money. And find the fashionable women clothes and wigs for your style.

Jurllyshe Valentine’s Day gift sales began on the 26th of Jan., and it will end on the 2nd of Feb. “We made the sales continue for eight days to let everyone have enough time to select their favorite gifts and ensure their orders will arrive before Valentine’s Day. So to avoid the gifts just miss the right day, it will end on the 2nd, because the COVID-19 often leads delay for every delivery company,” said Janet Garcia, a planning officer of Jurllyshe.

For Valentine’s day gift 2021 sales, Jurllyshe shows many coupon codes for promotion, which include some on-sale bestsellers of matching sets, Stacked Sweatpants, attractive rompers, and more. Discover cheap clothes

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How expensive should fashion be? The true cost of our clothes isn’t decided at the till
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Many of us will know the feeling. You’ve spotted some gorgeous garment on your Instagram feed and clicked through in a Pavlovian fervour to find out more. It’s ethical, sustainable, small-batch, free-range – all the good stuff! Then you look at the price. And you want to weep.

How to reconcile sustainable fashion with the its higher price tag is probably the most complex question I face, as someone who spends a lot of time trying to persuade people to kick their fast fashion habit. A recent Cosmopolitan poll found that two thirds of respondents don’t buy from sustainable fashion brands – and of those who don’t, 80 per cent said it was because they’re “too expensive”.

True, they’re usually spendier than the rock-bottom price tags we’ve grown used to. But they need to be.

Because while the word ‘expensive’ is subjective, the cost of fabric, thread, pattern-making,

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