Children's Apparel

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Targets extends children's clothing line for infants Target's Cat & Jack children's apparel line, introduced to the market in 2016, has become one of Target's biggest brand names, with a turnover of over $2 billion. At the beginning of the year, the retail dealer added sensor-friendly parts to the line that remove inconvenience caused by touching the product (e.g. no itching labels).

Target in October 2017 introduced the latest addition to its children's line: adaptable clothing designed specifically for disabled people. Further eye-catchers are upper garments with zipper arms, shoeless nightwear as well as diaper-friendly Leggings and Body Suits. Our aim is to make the dressing procedure simpler for both the child and their family.

In addition, all articles are made of extra-soft, hard-wearing knitted cottons. Retailers' own research has shown that there is a need for adaptable garments, especially those that are both accessible and stylish. Targets even got together with children to try to figure out what their needs are with different kinds of clothes. Available on-line only, the line is available in 2T-5T for infants and XS-XXL for large children, with pricing from $4.50-$39.99.

Target's choice to involve children in the garment line promotes a collaboration based mindset that empowers. Forty-two percent of children's families want their clothes to be fashionable and fashionable. Given that the current availability of the adaptable apparel line is limited to on-line only, the need for a hassle-free and simple returns directive is reinforced.

Others options for the foreseeable future could be the on-line dimensioning of pre-purchase fitting tooling, something that a fourth of parent's are interested in, or the ability to collect orders from the shop, with almost a fifth of parent's showing interest in such service. It would also provide the possibility to try on the articles in the shop so that they can be returned locally if necessary.

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