The best and worst performing Tie-Dye Colors

Mint is a Star color: a color that is trendy, and one consumers are likely to buy. Our data shows that Mint tie dye will sell 21% above average Tie-Dye colors. It is important to mention that when comparing different shades of green, mint is the green that performs best. We found that consumers are unlikely to buy Khaki Tie-Dye or other shades of green. For Tie-Dye, stick to Mint. Discover the color preference of Tie-Dye tested on consumers. The best and worst performing Tie-Dye hues full-disclosure. Tie-dye is a Hot Trend, we can agree on that. Are you clear on the Key Colors Consumers Love Most in Tie-Dye? In 25 pages, we sum up the most liked basic Tie-Dye colors in order of preference. In other words, we show you clearly if you have the same SKU in different basic Tie-Dyes, which volume you should go for. Finally some clear answers for you.
Julie Evans

What will you find in the report?

You know that when there is a new trend it doesn't obviously mean it is going to sell in volume, right?

As Fashion Professionals you can now build meaningful products that consumers will love and, avoid producing inventory that consumers will not buy. Let technology do the work. Thanks to the power of Artificial Intelligence, we are able to understand consumers product preferences. We translate this big data to create the first ever Consumer Data-backed Forecasting Reports.

To guide you towards the right assortment decisions, we classify products into 3 categories: Volume, Drop and Star. In this report, we are going to guide you on the type of tie-dye trends that you can offer in Volume, which are seasonal Drops, and most importantly, which are the Stars of the season: the trends that will sell best.

Where does the data used for the report comes from? 100K unique women from Europe and United States were surveyed for this study and more than 1.5 Million data points on preferences were analyzed. The technology applied is Visual recognition and machine learning that allows us to gather findings.

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