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  • Students prefer offline clothes shopping
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Students prefer offline clothes shopping

Buy clothes from the comfort of your sofa, or visit the high street for something that fits ‘just right’ today? While students typically prefer shopping online, when it comes to clothes, 70% prefer to buy in-store according to research conducted by UCAS Media.

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