T-shirt and shirts were the dominant items of India’s total apparel exports in last fiscal 2021-22 that ended on March 31. An analysis based of data of market insight tool TexPro revealed that the export of T-shirts and shirts in knitted and woven segments totaled $4.516 bn, which was 31.62 percent of total apparels exports.
As per the data from Texpro, India’s total apparels exports during the year was $14.281 bn, which comprised of 51.79 percent knitted apparel and 48.21 percent of woven apparels. India exported knitted garments of $7.396 bn while woven garments export was valued at $6.884 bn. The export share of T-shirts in knitted apparels was 29.87 percent while the share of knitted shirts was 9.39 percent of total knitted apparels export. In value terms, knitted T-shirts export was $2.209 bn while shirts fetched $694.795 mn last fiscal. In woven segment, the share of shirts was 23.44 percent of all woven apparels export from India, valued at $1.613 bn.