Children’s wear has been a staple of childhood in Israel for generations.
But it’s a product that’s becoming increasingly popular in countries with low child poverty rates.
According to the Israel Economic Survey, only 17% of Israelis aged between five and 19 bought children’s wear last year.
The figures also show that almost one-fifth of Israelis (21%) have no children under the age of five, while only 2% of the general population have children under five.
Childs’ wear is also increasingly being sold to Israeli adults, with more than half of adults (55%) saying they own children’s goods, while about one-third (35%) said they sell children’s clothing.
In Israel, the Israeli market is home to a significant number of retailers, including luxury goods chain Zara and luxury eyewear chain LVMH.
In addition, Israeli stores also carry a significant amount of imported products.
Israelis are also becoming more aware of the financial implications of their buying habits.
A survey conducted by the Israeli Business Federation last year found that more than 60% of Israeli adults said they had a bad financial situation and over one-quarter said they were unable to make ends meet.
“We see a lot of people coming in who have been living in a poor country, and we are seeing a lot more people coming into the country with an economic problem,” said Elad Zuroff, president of the Israeli-based Association of Jewish Businesses.
Zuroff said he’s seen a marked increase in the number of Israelis buying children’s items, especially in the past few years.
He said the increase is partly driven by a decrease in interest in traditional goods such as shoes and carpets.
Zurof said the rise of online shopping has made it easier for people to get children’s products, and also made it possible for people who are poor to buy products online.
“They are getting in on it and now they are going online and shopping, which is good for the economy,” Zurofeff said.
“We are seeing an uptick in the purchasing of children’s clothes, shoes, accessories, accessories for children, and children’s toys.”
According to Zurozff, it’s difficult for young people in Israel to afford child clothing, which can run between 50 and 150 shekels ($3 to $10).
He also noted that many children’s toy companies have been unable to find suitable locations for their products.
But the market is also becoming increasingly diverse, with several online retailers offering children’s apparel.
A childwear shop in Jerusalem, which sells clothes in Israeli military and military-issue colours, was recently named one of the top 100 child-friendly online stores in the world by Gizmodo.
Another online retailer, Zimbal, has become one of Israel’s largest online retailers, with stores in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Zimba is also selling children’s footwear.
“The fact that the market for children’s fashion is growing at such a rate has made us want to make sure that we are keeping up with the changing trends,” Zimbas said.
The number of online retailers has grown by almost 400% in the last two years, with Zimbab, Zibba and Zibbas selling over a million products.
According to Zibbe, online retailers are increasingly opening up their sites to foreign customers and opening their sites up to their customers in Israel.
Zimba, for example, opened its doors in the West Bank last year, but Zibbab in the Gaza Strip has opened its sites in recent years.
Zibbia and Zimbia have also opened their sites in South Africa and Australia.According