Retailers get more selective in tight economy

11/28/2011 | Women's Wear Daily (subscription required)

Footwear and accessories retailers in major European markets including London, Paris and Milan are stocking their stores with high-quality items and proven sellers amid ongoing economic uncertainty. "The more expensive pieces that can be worn for every day are selling well. The key is adapting our buying skills for precarious economic times," said Pam Brady, accessories buyer for Browns in London.

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