As suppliers of women’s wholesale clothing we here at One 2 Wear have a brilliant relationship with retailers up and down the country. Some of our customers have been with us since the very beginning of their adventure into fashion retail and are still going strong today. In today’s article, we thought we would discuss starting out in fashion retail.
Fashion and retail go together like a horse and cart, furthermore, fashion is a big business here in the UK. It makes sense then that many people consider branching out on their own in the world of fashion retail. Each year, fashion conscious consumers are said to spend way into the billions on their wardrobes, chances are that if you choose your stock wisely, you will have a successful run in fashion retail.
It is true that there are many different types of clothes shops here in the UK, from the bigger chain stores, the likes of Zara, H&M and Top Shop, right through to the independents and market stall traders, selling everything from vintage clothing, to homemade designs and emerging brands.
Although there is an abundance of clothing ranges and shops out there, there is the opportunity for the budding entrepreneur to find success in the industry. If you want to break into the market, you will need a stunning collection of clothing, and this may be where we at One 2 Wear can offer some assistance. As a supplier women’s wholesale clothing, we ensure that those in retail are stocked with up to date trending fashion, all at the very best of prices.
We supply some of the most stylish ex-chain store clothing products direct from factories to retailers. These include all of the essentials such as Coats, Jackets, trousers, skirts, blouses, dresses, tops, and more. When looking to compliment your stock come and speak to us here at One 2 Wear, your suppliers of women’s wholesale clothing online.
As most of our time is taken up delivering exciting wholesale ladies fashion UK wide, we do not always have the time to follow every political story that hits the headlines, however, one such story caught our eye this week. She may only have been in office for a couple of days but it seems that the incoming Prime Minister of Britain, Teresa May has already given the fashion industry her endorsement.