Selling clothes in a store is easy once you know where to order them from. You need to find a reputable, reliable and responsible supplier for your clothing. This can take a lot of research and time. It would be best to find a clothing supplier that supplies all of the clothing you want to sell so there will not be a need to go through more than one clothing supplier. You will also want to find one that you can order clothes from and pay on the invoice in 30 to 45 days. Selling clothes is a great way to make money. Read on to learn how to order clothes to sell in a store.
Make inventory space. If you have a brick and mortar store, you shouldn't have much of a problem finding space for your clothing to sell. However, if you are only selling your clothing through a website this could be more difficult. You may need to use a spare room, garage or storage unit. Use the best choice that fits your needs. If you do not have inventory space and are selling your clothes online you can use a drop shipper that will ship the ordered clothes directly to your customers.
Find a manufacturer. You will need to find a manufacturer, drop shipper or wholesaler that you can buy the right kind of clothing from. You need one that is reliable and on time. You might have to order from more than one to keep selling the type of clothing you want to sell. Before you agree to anything, read about everything they offer. Read all of their policies.
Order the clothes. Agree to all of the policies of the manufacturer, wholesaler or drop shipper and order the clothes that you want to sell in your store. You could buy in bulk at first to save on space and money. Congratulations, you are in business.
Research where you will order your clothes from--know who you are buying from. Seek out the best deals.