The average Australian household spends $1,900 a year on clothes, according to a new survey from the Commonwealth Bank.

The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows that for the last three years, the average Australian’s wardrobe has grown by 4.2 per cent.

The increase in spending was mainly due to the arrival of clothing with more than one color.

The biggest increase was in the apparel category, where spending increased by 6.6 per cent and the footwear category by 7.1 per cent, according the ABS.

“The biggest trends in spending for the past three years have been the addition of a lot of different colours and patterns,” the ABS said.

“There has been a strong and continuing trend of spending on clothes that have a lot more options and versatility.”

The trend of clothing being made from a wider range of materials, including recycled material, is helping to fuel the growth of the fashion industry.

The rise of luxury brands, like Chanel and Gucci, has brought with it a renewed interest in the quality and versatility of clothing.

This has seen a number of companies try to compete in the market.

“For a lot a years now, the clothing industry has seen the growth in consumer spending and there has been an uptick in the amount of people that are purchasing clothes,” Andrew Cappell, from research firm NPD Group, told the ABC.

“But, over the past few years, we have seen a new wave of manufacturers taking the ball and going into the market to try and offer more and more options.”

In the past year, retailers have been adding more options to their clothes.

For example, H&M introduced a range of options for women to choose from, which includes a range for men.

“We’ve also seen the rise of designer clothing, which is now becoming a trend,” Cappel said.

He also pointed out that more people are starting to use their phones to shop.

“If you look at people shopping online and they are not using a physical item, then that is a trend we see,” he said.

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