Bundle used their data on retail transactions in the 50 biggest cities in their database. Using this data, Bundle created an index of “fashion-conscious households” which were defined as households that had at least four transactions at top-end designer merchants in the past 30 months. A city ranked 1.0 is perfectly average (by Bundle’s fashion-conscious metric).
i find this kind of classist. We’re the third poorest city in the nation. we don’t buy top-end designer shit because we work with what we have. it doesn’t mean we’re all lazy slobs that walk around in beer-stained kitten shirts and ill fitting leggings. i know tons of people in buffalo that rock some awesome outfits, but we buy them at Rainbow, or Dots, or the Salvo, or AmVets because we’re versatile and awesome.
so don’t hate on B-LO, cuz we will rock you in the face on the NFTA.