The average American spends $16.25 per month on clothing, according to a new report from Next Big Futures.
The research firm analyzed the spending habits of more than 1.4 million people in the U.S. The study also found that the average American spent $15.82 per month in clothing in 2015.
This year, the average spending on apparel is $20.55.
The survey also found a big shift in spending habits over the last two years.
The median spend on apparel was $20 in 2015 and $17.80 in 2016.
In 2016, the median spend was $25.65.
In 2015, the cost of apparel was a bit less than half of the average for this year.
The new report comes as a bit of a shock to people who are used to spending less on clothing.
In 2014, Next Big Trends surveyed more than 2,300 people and found that more than half the respondents had already cut back on their spending on clothing over the past year.
That survey found that most people spent $40 on clothing in 2014.
According to Next Big, this year’s survey showed that the median amount of clothing that people were spending on was down by $10.
The report said that while the survey showed an increase in spending on clothes, that’s not necessarily the trend for all people.
For instance, in 2014, more than a third of respondents said they were spending less than $20 per month.
This is a smaller number of people, but a shift in how much clothing people are spending is a big deal for some.
Some people may have already decided to cut back their clothing spending, while others may have bought a new pair of clothes in hopes of saving money.
“People are still saving for retirement, but there is less spending on new clothing than there was a year ago,” said Michelle Dye, the CEO of Next Big.
“That may mean that if you’re not saving for a retirement or are not saving to spend, it may not be as big a deal for you as you think.”
According to the survey, more people are choosing to save more money for the first time in their lives, but that doesn’t mean that they are cutting back on clothing spending.
In fact, more Americans said they would spend more money on clothing if they had more money.
More than half said they planned to save at least $1,000 per year on clothing for the next year.
It may be tempting to spend your money on clothes if you are already saving, but the Next Big study found that a bigger chunk of the spending on the survey was on clothing and accessories rather than clothing.
The researchers found that in the past five years, clothing and clothing accessories have been the most popular category of clothing spending in the United States.
In 2019, clothing accounted for nearly half of all clothing spending and accessories accounted for just under a third.
For many, the change in clothing spending may not mean much in the grand scheme of things, but it may be an indication that the U the U has made a huge shift towards buying more clothing.
“There’s a real trend towards spending more on clothing than spending on other things,” said Dye.
“This may have to do with the economic situation.
If people are getting a little bit less, they might be thinking, ‘I’ll just throw my clothes away.'”
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