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  • Gen Yers are buying their basics online
  • Gen Yers are buying their basics online
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Gen Yers are buying their basics online

Every girl worth her salt knows that a good wardrobe is built around the basics. That plain tee that makes statement skirts pop or those jeans that ensure you look great even when you're not trying. But with high street names like Gap seeing losses, where are Gen Yers buying their basics?

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