Over the course of 2020 and 2021, we’ve seen a distinct increase in our supplier and carrier pricing that’s urged us to revisit shipping prices.That’s why on October 3, we’re increasing shipping prices for some of our shipping rates to the US and worldwide.
|T-shirts, tank tops, long sleeve shirts, crop tops, face masks, phone cases|
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|Hoodies, sweatshirts, mugs|
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Why the change is neccessary?
The past year has brought a lot of challenges for the apparel industry and ecommerce, including dealing with limited supply for all goods. This has resulted in a clothing price spike. We see climbing costs across all levels of the supply chain and operating expenses:
- The shipping sector can’t deal with the increased demand for their services. Jammed ports, lack of shipping containers, and overflowing warehouses make it more costly to ship anything anywhere. That’s why carrier rates are going up by 2–3% yearly (and up to 10% during the holiday season).
- Inflation levels and rising wages increase the cost of running a business for everyone.
These changes in our supplier and carrier rates are the reason we’re adjusting our prices.