Apparel pricing in the US declined for the sixth successive month in February, according to the latest figures.

The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) was up 0.1% overall on a seasonally adjusted basis in February, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics said, and has risen 1.1% over the past year without seasonal adjustment.

The index for all items less food and energy was also up 0.1%, but the index for apparel was down 0.3%, mirroring the decline reported in January.

February’s apparel decline was the sixth in a row, with apparel pricing falling 0.6% over the past year before seasonal adjustment.