Sales in the fast fashion outfit quiz soared as the end of the lockdown fueled the demand for flashy outfits.
Revenue in the six months to 30 September was double what it was a year ago as it sold £36 million worth of clothes, tops and shoes due to increased demand for ‘occasion and dress products’.
But it reported a loss of £1.3million during the period, compared to a profit of £10.6m last year.
Party wear: Quiz sold £36m worth of dresses, tops and shoes in the six months to September due to increased demand for ‘occasion and dress products’.
The Glasgow-based brand, which focuses on party and event ouufits and smart casual clothing, sells online and has 63 stores in the UK.
It has returned to pre-pandemic sales levels in the past two months, but warned yesterday that any new Covid restrictions could delay its return to profitability.
The new version has already led to the cancellation of several corporate Christmas parties and Quiz said concerns over Omicron may be filtering through its sales.