The Work from Home trend has boosted the sales of PJ’s in India with knitwear exporters receiving advance payments from European buyers to replenish their stocks for the basic clothing
Demand for daily essential clothing is more from Europe, which has opened up for a long time. There is very good export demand for kids wear, night wear and inner wear. The retail stores are running low on stock demand for fast fashion clothing is still sluggish, said Ashok Arul, CMO, SCM garments, an exporter to leading retail stores of Europe and US.
Tirupur in Tamil Nadu, which exported knitted garments worth about Rs 30,000 core the previous fiscal, has started getting good export business. Raja Shanmugam, president, Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA) noted a growing demand for night wear, children wear and inner wear.