Are you weighing up the possibility of starting a Women’s Fashion Boutique? Or has your business slacked off recently and you want a revamp? If you felt a personal connection to any of these question, then the 3 essential tips highlight below may be just what you need!

Selling trendy women’s fashion can be both profitable and quite fun. It doesn’t matter if your objective is to finally enjoy the freedom of being your own boss, swapping your ‘bleh’ part-time job for a small business, or simply exploring a lucrative side hustle; there is something for everyone in the apparel industry (if you know how and where to look).

We don’t need to blab about the challenges of the apparel industry – you’re probably stressing over them as we speak. Rather, as proponents of the spirit of optimism and positivity, we will help you get your business off the ground, find the ideal wholesale supplier, and determine the best-fit store.

  1. 1.      What’s your Brand?

Competition, competition, competition! The word is almost synonymous with women’s fashion – everyone wants a piece of the pie. So how do you build a highly successful business in this fabric jungle? You start by finding the right combination of an effective branding program ( be creative to standout), great customer service, and always have in-demand products (do your research and identify the trends).

But before you start glaring at your purse to fund the branding campaign, keep in mind that branding is nowadays easier and more effective than ever before. Why? Two words; Social Media! The internet is crawling with low-cost marketing tools such as targeted online ads that when implemented effectively, they can rack up a serious online following and brand exposure/loyalty. But it’s not just about drawing the customers in, give them a reason to come back.

  1. 2.      Type of Store: Brick-and-Mortar Vs Online

This decision comes down to personal preferences and the availability of resources. While the idea of owning a boutique with your brand name hanging gloriously at the entrance sounds like fun, you’ll need to sacrifice energy, resources, and time. This is why we recommend a pop-up boutique to test the waters. If it’s what you’re looking for, snatch the opportunity – full steam ahead.

But if your schedule is tight or you are short on resources, the internet has a solution for you. An online women’s store saves you the cost of renting space and it’s something you can coordinate at home or on the go.

  1. 3.      Get a Highly Reliable Wholesale Supplier

What comes next after building your store? Simple, stock the shelves with trendy items. This means finding a fashion wholesale company with generous discounts to keep your profit margins up and high-quality pieces that will keep the crowds flowing in. But when it comes to wholesale suppliers, quality and price are not enough. Consider other make-or-break aspects such as shipping & delivery, privacy & security, trending designs, and returns & replacements.

Ready to take your chances in the women’s fashion industry as a retailer? Sign up here at High Secret Apparel, where we’re committed to helping small business owners prosper.