Fashion chains charging a third more than in Britain

Irish shoppers are paying up to one-third more for their clothes than their British counterparts, a retail survey by The Sunday Business Post shows.

24th February, 2013
Monsoon: prices for fashion items in Irish stores were more than 30 per cent higher than in Britain.

Irish shoppers are paying up to one-third more for their clothes than their British counterparts, a retail survey by The Sunday Business Post shows.

Spot checks on more than a dozen well-known fashion brands showed that some Irish prices were 35 per cent higher on fashion items. The chains which piled the biggest premiums onto their euro pricetags were Monsoon and Topshop. In the sample of items, the price difference was more than 30 per...

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