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Shopper insight: Are you buying less because of Brexit?

Drapers took to London’s Carnaby Street to ask consumers if the result of the European Union referendum is having an effect on how they are spending.

Following figures from the British Retail Consortium and KPMG showing that online and high street sales increased in July, despite worries over slowing consumer confidence, Drapers took to London’s Carnaby Street to ask consumers if the result of the European Union referendum is having an effect on how they are spending.

Readers' comments (2)

  • Give it 2 months, then see if sales are up

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  • There is no real evidence that BREXIT has or indeed, will make any negative difference to retail or wholesale markets. Those that know what they are doing will still do well and those that don't, won't.

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