The price of online clothes and clothing accessories has dropped in the last year, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
The WSJ reports that online retailer Amazon has sold nearly $1 billion worth of clothes in the first half of this year, a nearly fourfold increase over the same period last year.
The Wall St. Journal points out that the increase is driven by a new generation of sellers who are now offering a more personalized and personalized service, which has helped bring down the price of clothing.
For example, Amazon now lets buyers choose the size of the clothing they would like to receive.
Amazon also offers its own line of online catalogs, called its Prime membership service, that includes the ability to save up to 30 percent on many of the items in its online catalog.
However, the WSJ notes that these discounts are only available to Amazon Prime members.
Amazon is also starting to add more clothing categories to its website, and has begun to offer the ability for customers to “order and pay for clothing through Amazon.”
Amazon has also started to sell products directly to customers, instead of having to send them directly to the seller.
However that may not necessarily mean the internet giant is making the internet a more convenient place for consumers.
The new survey found that online shoppers are now spending less on their clothing purchases than ever before.
The survey found 55 percent of respondents said they were spending less than $20 a year on their purchases.
Meanwhile, online retailers like Amazon, Macy’s and Walmart have also been seeing a spike in the number of items sold for less than a year, with more than 40 percent of retailers reporting this trend.