Please visit my website and contact me for more information. I find that many clothing companies run small in stuff so I would be considered plus.
I am so fed up with this company, I am considering a lawsuit, I have filed complaints, and I am about to contact the news station. I am at the end of my rope here. Thanks for sharing your experience, Lisa. Test out the products, talk to current and past consultants, and make sure you understand the commission breakdowns, monthly quotas, and marketing fees. For more tips on choosing the right company, check out this post: I felt the same.
Next time you update there is a new company started early called My Amelia James or Amelia James. I am a rep. We sell stylish tunics, leggings, shirts, dresses etc but we are only getting started so more is coming! Check out the main website at http: One bit of advice, do research in picking your upline! Feel free to check us out at http: We now pay commissions weekly, and no longer require a credit card to sign up to be an ambassador!
Still absolutely free to join though!! If anybody is interested to learn more please email me at jilliankinder15 gmail. This is a great.
Here is another rising fashion company that women are having success with. Momma Pretty is a women fashion wholesale company. There is no minimum startup cost. You can build your business as you grow. Is there a childrens line that leans more towards boys fashion for toddler and baby?? Yes, check out Dakamoda: We have recently launched our U. In July we will launch our U. Our Style Advisors have the opportunity to sell completely online or to hold inventory or both!
My wife and I started selling with LuLaRoe the beginning of this year and it has really been a great ride so far. We have enjoyed having our own business, selling clothes, making money and making others happier about themselves.
We highly recommend LuLaRoe if you have some prior business knowledge and experience running a retail business. Thanks for sharing your experience, Stanley. Has the LuLaRoe lawsuit had an impact on your business? The owners of Lularoe explained this issue to its independent retailers. The LuLaRoe lawsuit is solely between the company and the people who are suing. Lularoe has put new policies in place, known as the Happiness Policy, that guarantee satisfaction on faulty leggings sold within a specific timeframe.
As for the F rating by the BBB, that is a reflection of the company, not the retailers. Many customers get frustrated when they cannot reach the main company, when they should in fact be contacting the retailers that they purchased from, as the company suggests. Message me if you have any suggestions.
Hi Brittany, Here is a list of opportunities available in Canada: Great company and great sandals!! You can check out my fb page or eboutique here for more info!! Just a bit of info…. LLR was started by a woman named Deanne. There is also another company called Dot, Dot, Smile started by her daughter. Senegence offers a whole line of long lasting cosmetics, and uniquely patterned skin care.
Our wow product is Lipsense. LipSense is Kiss-proof, smudge-proof and water-proof lip color that lasts hours. No more lipstick stained teeth. Eat a burger, keep your lipstick. Check out my page: Nygard is one of the largest apparel manufacturers in the world and just a few months ago began a direct sales program in the US. The core product is a slimming pant that makes you look and feel one size smaller.
We also offer beautiful tops and accessories. Be the first stylist in your area. Hi Arlie Does this company offer a plus line? I find that many clothing companies run small in stuff so I would be considered plus.
Thanks for sharing I had not heard of them before. I would love to see LipSense by SeneGence on the next list. All day lip color that is not a stain or drying. A top 50 MLM. If this is acceptable readers please message me at LipTribe on Facebook. LipTribe by Hot Mess Outfitters. Do you know anything about them? Love all the information on here.
Hi Missy, They have a Facebook Page with a substantial following: Here is their website: Feel free to send me an email honeyandlacepgh gmail. I live in Michigan so it was around here.
Help, it is driving me crazy…LOL. This is Zach from Ndulge. I was very excited to come across this resource page and see that our company was added to your wonderful list of work at home business opportunities! I noticed that the article mentions you could not locate much info about Ndulge. Please see below for some more information for you and theworkathomewoman. Started by a group of sisters who are passionate about making a difference, Ndulge benefits those in need through every sale made from our clothing collections.
Coast to coast, women are joining our sisterhood and selling Ndulge action wear to support our mission of giving. For every 3 pairs of leggings purchased, Ndulge gives back 1 pair to women in need. While we started off quite small in a few mall kiosks in Arizona and New Mexico, Ndulge has grown into a full scale direct selling business! We know that upbeat and satisfied ambassadors are the key to success, so we designed our compensation plan with that in mind.
Among competitors, Ndulge gives the most back to their ambassadors. If anyone is interested in joining the Ndulge team, please reach out to us through any of the following platforms: I am having 10 years of experience in Fashion industry designing, merchandising, production. Would love to work as a work from home consultant to create any kind of product.
Hi Sona, Here is a post on becoming a fashion designer: One more for your list: Threads creates life-changing work for women around the world through the fair trade of artisan jewelry and accessories.
Through Threads, everyone the reps, the hostesses, the shoppers gets to be a world-changer! Thanks for compiling this list. I went and looked at Tuvous and realized it shut down in December.
So sad to hear that, was really excited about the opportunity to do small Facebook shows. Hi Sarah, Thanks for letting me know. With some of these other opportunities, you can do Facebook shows as well. Now I have an idea. No doubt this is a great list of resources! Anyone who wants to run a home-based business in fashion has got a great starting point here.
Hello, Are you looking to start your own fashion boutique. Please visit my website and contact me for more information. I am excited about getting you started with a phenomenal company. Customers love being able to shop these pop up boutiques and take their clothing home the same day as apossed to ordering from a catalog and having to wait for it. Hi Patty, The threshold entry is high so it weeds out the people who might not be as serious about making it a business.
If you are the first people to sign up you are in the Foundation Club and receive a whole host of perks such as lifetime free shipping and lifetime Master Curator status.
They offer truly boutique style and quality clothing. You can get more info at http: Hi looking to join a company that sells clothes for Men, Women, Boys,Girls, toddlers and babies. Hey ladies I am a stylist for Plunder Designs. It is a vintage inspired jewelry company that is all hypo allergic.
Also I have a Facebook group Love it to pieces you can contact me at. You should also take a look at Nygard Style Direct, a home-based fashion business based in Canada. Good luck and keep up posted! Park Lane Jewelry has many options for joining and becoming a Fashion Director — even a no up front cost plan!
Check my website for details and then let me know if you are interested. Would you be interested in skin care, Bev? You can check my website out at bvanhanehan. I am looking for a direct selling company that sells workout clothing and accessories. Anyone know of any? Hi Ashley, La Senorita Jolie sells tanks, leggings, and t-shirts. Soft leggings, dresses, skirts and tops. Sizes range from Kids to adult XXL.
Love the options available for their reps to sell at Pop Ups or on their Facebook page. Purchase at wholesale and sell at retail. Take a look at this post, Sandra. Sarah, did you ever decide on a fashion business? I have been blown away by the popularity of the clothing. It has been the most amazing company to be involved with. They are generous and conscientious business owners and the compensation is beyond belief. If you have any questions, I can help you out.
I have looked on other sites and I fond a few would just like some input. If anybody knows where I can get started without having to pay to go through a lot please let me know, just email me back. Hi Kat, Here are some options that are free: I wanted to share a little personal information regarding the amazing company Ava Rose Designs!
We are more than just a clothing direct sales company, we are a true sisterhood! Our style in clothes are a bohemian with a preppy flair! You can wear our clothes to work or for everyday comfort! All our our pieces are one of a kind made here in the US! There is no monthly quotas, an amazing compensation plan, great bonuses, and so much more!
If you would like to learn more please email me! We are looking for Personal Stylist in all areas! I am interested in Ava rose design ,I want to start an online business Please email me janendak gmail. How long have you been with the company? Any additional information would be great!! Here is the correct link: Another opportunity is with Suuchi.
What a great informative post you have here! You can then use Amazon ads for additional accessories on the same page so that if a customer goes there and buys, you get a commission.
Only a few years ago, your options for creating an online clothing shop were limited. Today, you can create your own website or use any of the growing number of sales platforms like eBay.
If a service offers a free trial, make a note of how much it will cost later so you can ensure your sales justify the cost. Many services allow you to use your own website name, but even if your service doesn't, registering it now ensures that nobody else can claim it.
If you do decide to make your own website, you need to register for a payment system like PayPal. Having an online clothing store won't make you any money if people don't know about it. Be prepared to spend a lot of time on social media promoting your clothing lines. Take photos and post them on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, and encourage your happy customers to do the same. When people visit your website, give them reasons to give you their email addresses so you can follow up with new products and sales.
Visit your competitors' websites for ideas and to learn about their clothing lines and how they sell them. A published author and professional speaker, David Weedmark has advised businesses on technology, media and marketing for more than 20 years. He has taught computer science at Algonquin College, has started three successful businesses, and has written hundreds of articles for newspapers and magazines and online publications.
Skip to main content. Should I be holding press shows? It all depends on whether you have a good list of contacts you can depend upon coming along, and them writing about your work. It's worth teaming up with a few other brands who complement one another and sharing the marketing and financial load.
Ideally if you have been to other press or trade shows you can see what works or not maybe from a competitor and talk to people at these events to find out their opinion. If you're thinking of selling fashion online, consider a physical outlet as well. In my experience it's always good to have a website presence as people do research online before trying and then buying, but you also need to get out there and meet people and get their reactions.
That information is so useful - you then know who your customers are. Should I start my website with a template platform, or invest in a web designer? It's all down to budget and how far you want to go with E-commerce. I would always suggest a good bespoke website will bear fruit in the long-term. However in the short-term it will obviously cost a lot more to set up - and then you have the added cost of making your website visible on Google and so on which is a long-term commitment again.
If you want to try a template option, there is no harm in this at all and allows you to focus on operating at lower costs while you build things up. The downsides are putting in your own time in developing the site and having less flexibility than a bespoke site. It is important to create a brand identity at the beginning. A common mistake I see with new brands is when they don't know exactly who the customer is, so they go too broad and wide in their appeal, with too many options and no clarity within the offering.
At the beginning it's important to create a brand identity, define what is unique about your product and keep it focused. The biggest advantage of selling online is having no overheads in relation to rent, bills, staffing and so on. Also you don't have to buy volume stock upfront, which is always the drawback when opening a retail space - you must fill the rails. Your website is an opportunity to communicate who you are, create branding that expresses this identity and engage with customers.
The biggest advantage of a retail space is having immediate contact with customers - try and talk to them, especially if they've been trying items on, get their feedback on fit and so on. If you don't own the retail space directly, try and get this feedback from staff on the shop floor.
Everything you do at the beginning will stay with you through your business progress - be really sure about your brand.
Shopify makes it easy to start a business that sells clothes online. It takes only minutes to open an online store and start selling your clothing goods to customers around the world. De Kliek is a woman-owned business currently organized as a Sole Proprietorship. Clothing for stylish women De Kliek will carry Ready-to-Wear (RTW) designer and casual/contemporary apparel & accessories for women, and will be the exclusive U.S. home of the German line, Herr Frau. Lisa and Tida Finch are a twin design duo and founders of fashion accessories label Finchittida Finch. Should I start by selling online or looking for a retail or market space? Definitely start online with marketplaces like ASOS marketplace or Etsy, which are affordable and .