New York’s Habits 365 aims for stars in apparel industry
New York-based online shopping store, Habits 365, has put into place an ambitious expansion plan, which aims for a thick slice of pie that is the $400bn millennial clothing market. It will attempt to do that by doubling its e-commerce offerings. Habits 365 sells clothes that are favored by athletes, rappers and comedians. Since its launch, Habits 365 has been worn by NFL and NBA athletes as well as some of the hit rappers. Some of the big names are Dwayne Wade, Russell Wilson, Landon Collins, Cameron Jordan, Tyrann Mathieu, DaBaby, Lil Baby, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Jay Critch.
Created in August 2017, Habits 365 is the brainchild of Eli and Spencer Zied. Both Eli and Spencer intended to create a brand that connected with its customers at a personal level. Behind their clothing range is the noble thought of connecting people with their personal lifestyle goals. That is why Habits 365 promotes positive habits, 365 days a year, and helps people realize what is good for them by selling them comfortable yet stylish clothes to wear.
In this way, Habits 365 respects its brand DNA, through ensuring customer confidence across its supply chain. In fact, a consistent supply of well-planned apparel products and accessories has ensured that the brand continues to infuse color and variety into its collections. This keeps its clients motivated and hooked on a global scale.
The fashion industry worldwide can be highly competitive but Habits 365 believes in being its own competition. Using celebrities, influencers and other patrons to propagate the idea behind the brand, Habits 365 believes in bringing positivity into its clothing range and supply, not just clothes, but a whole new lifestyle to the buyers.
With its eyes set on the global market, in a big way, it won’t be long before this becomes a good habit for everyone to adopt!
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