Clothing line has been the source of a lot of controversy for years, but a new study has come to the rescue of some of the most important brands.article According to the new study, the top brands on average received a positive review score, with brands like Gap, Gap, J. Crew and Forever 21 rated as the best.
According to a survey conducted by the company, the brand with the highest review score on average, in terms of both the brand and overall value, was Forever 21, with a rating of 94.9.
Forever 21 received a score of 92.9 from the company’s consumers.
The study also found that the average score for the top-rated brands was more than double the average rating of the average consumer.
The findings from the study also suggested that consumers are generally willing to pay more for quality, and the companies that received the highest score are often brands that are popular among younger consumers, including Gap and Gap+Gap.
The study also indicated that while some consumers may find the cost of clothes to be too high, most would not pay more than $20 per pair of jeans, while the same brand would set you back between $100 and $150.
The top brands also have a significant impact on the environment, according to the study, with the majority of brands in the top 10 earning a score that was lower than the average.
For example, the average cost for a pair of pants is $24.99 in the U.S. and $32.98 in Canada, while for men’s pants, it is $25.98 and $37.28 in the countries surveyed.
Gap, for example, earned a score in the 100s and is one of the companies with the lowest average cost per pair, at $20.97.
While some brands are gaining more recognition over time, Gap is still the most trusted brand, with more than 83% of consumers saying they have a good or excellent opinion of the brand, according the survey.
The survey also found Gap was also the only brand to have a rating that was higher than the consumer’s overall value.
The survey also revealed Gap+Paste was the most-discussed brand among consumers, with 46% saying they would be willing to spend $500 on a pair if they could get it from Gap.
However, that company’s rating was still a little lower than that of the overall consumer.
The Gap+Chew brand is also the most talked about brand, receiving a score ranging from 73% to 76%.
While brands have gained in popularity, the survey also showed brands are not as popular as they once were, with only 20% of people saying they had heard of the company in the last year.
However the company was the second most-talked about brand in the past year, at 51%, followed by Forever 21 at 35%.
The study was conducted by Gartner Inc., and surveyed 1,000 U.K. adults, with 1,500 respondents between the ages of 18 and 34, using a random sample drawn from Gartners online panel.