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Starting A Clothing Business, How Do I Go About It? by kingolovich(m): 9:18pm On Jun 09, 2018
Good evening guys. I need help on something that I don't know about at all. I'm a Tailor/Fashion Designer, I make men and women's native wears and little of English wears for now, been thinking, if I design a few clothes and I want to sell them like ready made clothes, how do I go about it. I have no capital now cos I'm just still thinking about it, so please if anyone here has/is done/into it should help with how much he started with and any other info I didn't ask about. thank u
Re: Starting A Clothing Business, How Do I Go About It? by kingolovich(m): 9:01pm On Jun 10, 2018
57 views and reply yet. please guys, I need help with this matter, please please please.
Re: Starting A Clothing Business, How Do I Go About It? by adahgold(m): 9:49am On Jun 12, 2018
I'm not a tailor though but I have love for fashion I'm also thinking of ready made wears too. This is how I will do my own if I start I'm not telling you to follow me to do the same thing but it will help. After doing the ready made wears I will model for my designs or find girls or boys who will model for you and put those photos on social network which is assume to be your business or fashion page. Go to schools advertise there and finally do Facebook ad it also helps too. Make sure you are a fashionista yourself represent what you are putting out there. My 2 cent.
Re: Starting A Clothing Business, How Do I Go About It? by kingolovich(m): 11:40pm On Jun 12, 2018
adahgold:
I'm not a tailor though but I have love for fashion I'm also thinking of ready made wears too. This is how I will do my own if I start I'm not telling you to follow me to do the same thing but it will help. After doing the ready made wears I will model for my designs or find girls or boys who will model for you and put those photos on social network which is assume to be your business or fashion page. Go to schools advertise there and finally do Facebook ad it also helps too. Make sure you are a fashionista yourself represent what you are putting out there. My 2 cent.
wow. thank u very much. am I a fashionista? I don't think so, what I enjoy wearing is something that's nice and simple and that fits well too. Thanks again. I appreciate
Re: Starting A Clothing Business, How Do I Go About It? by adahgold(m): 7:56am On Jun 13, 2018
kingolovich:
wow. thank u very much. am I a fashionista? I don't think so, what I enjoy wearing is something that's nice and simple and that fits well too. Thanks again. I appreciate




Ur welcome
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