The paper examines the purchase behaviour (performed by adults) in relation to children's wear in the 0‐14 age group. The importance of product attributes of children's wear was investigated. Data were gathered from both interviews and a questionnaire survey conducted in Zhengzhou, a large city in central China. Two attributes, quality and style, were identified as the most important attributes for children's wear consumers. It was also found that branding had a limited impact on the choice of children's wear. The marketing implication of the results are discussed.
Chen, X., Man Au, W. and Li, K. (2004), "Consumption of children's wear in a big city in Central China: Zhengzhou", Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 154-165. https://doi.org/10.1108/13612020410537852
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