Kind of a poorly asked question, but here it goes. Spend time drawing up what you want your customers to wear, sew fabric into what you imagined, secure a bank loan or go on Shark Tank, make a deal with the devil, call up Diddy, have him promote you to JC Penny who will sell your clothing line and make you millions.
At first have a business plan. here are some check list.1)choose which gender you want to focus on or children's.2) have your design ready including the fabric content.3)have some cash money to have your sample made.4)Search for manufacturer who is able to make samples and able make small quantity for you to start your business.also keep in mind it will get cheaper as your business grows and you order in large quantity's.this just a part of the list.if you want to know more just ask me or ask around.i can suggest you to follow or contact" tmofashion" on facebook. they based in Bangladesh and has help many newbies.like contact them.good luck
by smiileyfacexo 6 years ago
I want to make a clothing line. How should I start?Also I know how to sew (basic since I did fashion design in high school-equivalent to level one university ) but ended up doing a business degree. Everyone says it's expensive but will it reduce costs if I make the clothes myself?
by Smart is Good 4 years ago
I am launching a clothing line with my aunt and we are still deciding the name. I wanted something like two contradicting words such as "Velvet Revolver", because the clothes are going to be girly, soft yet edgy and bold. If you have any other suggestions please comment below. Thanks.
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If you had the opportunity to appear on Shark Tank, what idea would you pitch to the sharks?
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