A study reveals the most bizarre items and products that have been in the trend, this year.
The decorative pineapples and white trainers were among the products that people could not live without, reveals the study.
In another addition to the must have list; trendy water bottles, wireless headphones, the Dyson supersonic hairdryer and designer light bulbs are also included.
John Lewis, director of shop trade, Maggie Porteous; said ornamental pineapples and flamingos found widespread popularity within British homes, with searches for the latter on johnlewis.com, increasing by 200% and flamingo-themed wallpaper, fairy lights, cushions and mugs all selling well.
The sale of avocado increased by 61%, when compared to last 6 months. Searchers for avocado slicers were 62% in May.
Jeremy Corbyn, was seen wearing red socks on the eve of his first party conference speech as a labour leader. Due to Corbyn’s adaptation, the sales of product increased to 11% in last September. Sales of quilted navy jacket increased to 447% after Prince George was spotted on his first day of his nursery.
As Pokemon users battered the nation for digital creatures, mobile chargers ascended by more than 200%.
Orders which were placed by John Lewis through Smartphone raised by 60% over the year.
It has also been revealed that, many clients ordered new Smartphones from their already in-use Mobile phones. In the first three weeks, 20% of iPhone 7 were bought via an iPhone during the first three weeks of the introduction of the new Apple product.
John Lewis said: “It’s clear to see the impact of what has been a disorientating year on what our customers have been buying in 2016.”
As per the mentioned sales and the revenue generated as per the unique orders, the year 2016 has shown to be the year in which customers have really grasped the art of shooting flawlessly between online channels and shops.