- Wealthy teens identified Under Armour, Nike, and Justice as being among the top brands that they have stopped wearing, according to a new survey.
- This could indicate changing tastes among upper-income teen shoppers.
But they are also among the brands that upper-income teen say they have stopped wearing, the same survey found.
This could indicate changing tastes among the wealthiest teen shoppers.
Here are the top brands that upper-income teens say they have abandoned, according to the survey:
30% of teen girls said they have stopped wearing Justice.
15% of upper-income teen boys say they have stopped wearing Under Armour.
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10% of teen boys and 6% of teen girls said they have stopped wearing Gap.
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