When starting your clothing line it’s important to know how to buy wholesale clothing and apparel products. In this video we discuss the questions you should ask before buying wholesale for boutiques or online store. View wholesale from Bella Canvas: http://bit.ly/2t9Guo6
There are numerous tradeshow events and online suppliers available for you to buy wholesale clothing. This video will walk you through the questions you should be asking and information you should consider before making a purchase. These questions will help you fully understand some of the common pitfalls when sourcing for wholesale fabrics or apparel, and will save you time and money. Buying wholesale is made easy with this video.
For your convenience I have created a list of vendors and suppliers which is available for you to download on my website. It’s FREE, and it also includes additional information to help you in your journey of starting a clothing line.
Wholesale Supplier Guide: http://bit.ly/The-Insider-List
Some of the questions you should be asking and we cover in detail include:
How to place an out of country order
Is this product available to the general public?
Where are the products manufactured?
What are lead times?
What is a minimum order quantity (MOQ)?
Importance of suppliers having a presence in your country
Finding out how long they have been in business
Do they ship in bulk to the US?
Do they have a wholesale presence in Europe?
Buying samples to test out application before buying in bulk
Working out payment terms for purchases
Are there discounts for full payment up front on bulk purchases?
What are return policies/ restocking fees for wholesale orders?
Delivery fees/ shipping methods
What happens if my product arrives late?
What quantities do price breaks happen at?
I hope you enjoyed this video on how to buy wholesale and are able to take full advantage of the knowledge shared here. Be prepared to negotiate and find out the answer to these questions from every wholesale clothing supplier you meet with.
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Hey John just had a few questions, hopefully you can answer them, when doing a clothing brand do you always have to do a fashion show.? I want to make a brand like Ralph Lauren, of course I believe that going down the wholesale path is the right way to go and I dont just want to limit myself to just tops, would I be right saying its a clothing brand not a fashion brand hopefully you understand what i mean. love light bro
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i don't understand one thing i do have a business and my store online but what is the amout of products needs to order from them? is it like print on demand? or buying in bulk? do they connect ot shopify?
Looking to make a dad hat company with custom hats, and I'm wondering if you know any good manufactures for dad hats w/ embroidery. I'm only making a couple dozen for each design atm. Thanks for any help!
You are amazing. I'm launching my online boutique in a few months and I have been educating myself on where to find wholesale and tradeshows. How do you prefer to be contacted if I have a question in the future?
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Thanks for reading! See you again this time next month!
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