May 31, 2021



Indonesia memiliki peluang besar menjadi barometer halal fesyen dunia. Cara yang harus dilakukan supaya bertahan di industri halal fesyen dengan mempunyai kreativitas dan menghasilkan produk baru yang inovatif.  Nilai pengalaman merupakan faktor penting yang memengaruhi keberhasilan, inovasi dan daya saing. Nilai pengalaman dianggap memiliki pengaruh terhadap kepuasan pengalaman dan niat berperilaku. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi dan mengkaji pengaruh nilai pengalaman pada halal fesyen, kepuasan pengalaman dan niat berperilaku dengan objek penelitian Laksmi Muslimah. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode kuantitatif dengan menggunakan path analysis. Penelitian ini memiliki hasil bahwa nilai pengalaman pada halal fesyen berpengaruh terhadap kepuasan pengalaman, kepuasan pengalaman berpengaruh terhadap niat berperilaku, nilai pengalaman pada halal fesyen berpengaruh terhadap niat berperilaku. Penelitian ini memiliki implikasi pada ilmu pemasaran Islam, yaitu pemahaman tentang pengalaman konsumen yang kemudian akan memberikan dampak pada perilaku masa depan seperti merekomendasikan produk/layanan kepada orang lain.

Kata Kunci: nilai pengalaman, halal fesyen, kepuasan pengalaman, niat berperilaku.



Indonesia has a great opportunity to become a barometer of the world's halal fashion. The way that must be done to survive in the halal fashion industry is by having creativity and producing innovative new products. Experiential value is an important factor affecting success, innovation and competitiveness. Experiential value is considered to have an influence on experiential satisfaction and behavioral intention. This study aims to identify and examine the effect between the experiential value on halal fashion, experiential  satisfaction and behavioral intention with the object of research of Laksmi Muslimah. This study uses quantitative methods using path analysis. This study has the results that the experiential value on halal fashion has an effect on experiential satisfaction, experiential satisfaction has an effect on behavioral intention, the experiential value on halal fashion has an effect on behavioral intention. This research has implications for Islamic marketing science, namely an understanding of consumer experiences which will then have an impact on future behavior such as products/services to others.

Keywords: experiential value, halal fashion, experiential satisfaction, behavioral intention.



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