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Default Wholesale Clothing Info, Dresses etc!!

Hi there, i know a lot of people don't like giving out supplier info and i for one am all for self-research and patience in trying to find profitable items with a respectable margin.

BUT, being from the UK, (other people from here will know what i mean) I see a lot of No-Name clothing stores, sometimes on markets etc, selling Non-Brand name clothing, mainly fashionable women's dresses. These normally sell for around £15-20 on markets and i was really wondering where these people get their stock from, also the advantage i can see with this is you can keep up to date with latest fashions and everyone needs clothes.

So basically i wondered if anyone had supplier info or contact info for this kind of stuff. Seems a lot harder than i initially thought!

Kindest regards, Vimto.
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I too would be very interested in this. I've designed a few dresses, and had them made overseas, but have never come across anyone with multiple styles available for purchase.

I don't think there's much room on eBay to try and get in, but i could sell a lot of the trendy dresses locally. If anyone has any connects, or wants to go in on a group buy, I'd definitely be interested.
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Yeah i know exactly what you mean! I can easily sell them around where i live to other university students, etc etc. Just hard to find a seller. Id be happy to go in on a group buy.

Perhaps i should try asking the people on the market where they get them from!
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when you say "market", do you mean the flea markets around your city?

if so, good luck.

i tried asking a few of them around here, and they basically laughed at me. they don't want people like us in on their secret. they are probably having their 7 year old children make them in their basement. (LOL!)
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I would also want too know how too get my kids too work in the basement
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LMFAO!

Now, now... we don't want any child-labor claims coming to our precious forum.

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Well, not exactly flea markets here in the UK, a lot are proper shops that you would find on highstreets, but the merchandise is mainly no-make clothing lines.

On the Child-Labor claims i'd happily employ one if they had the skills to make me some clothing
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you might actually get somewhere with the proper shops. they aren't quite as snobbish as the people I was referring to. I've actually gotten a few retail stores at the shopping malls here to give me some product insights before, and a few allowed me to do a bulk buy with them.

good luck, and let us know how it turns out for you.
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Are you saying that you need name brand clothing in bulk suppliers?
or do you need clothes that look like name brand clothing not branded?
I deal in name brand clothing and have some suppliers that are reliable every 3-4 weeks for new merchandise.
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I need to buy some nice clothing for myself - no time to waste shopping around in brick and mortar shops - and also overpaying is not good for me....taobao.com eh?
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I need to buy some nice clothing for myself - no time to waste shopping around in brick and mortar shops - and also overpaying is not good for me....taobao.com eh?
The only problem with buying clothes online is getting the size right. I alrways had problems ordering clothes online as they were usually too short or too long! Arghh...
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Thanks for the tip Burning - that's what i am a little hesitant about - good prices but the custom fit would kill it.
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The problem with Taobao.com is if you do not speak chinese, and possibly do not have anyone to mail you the package overseas. It might be a problem. Also the quality is a issue, you would need to call up the supplier and make sure they don't give you bad quality.

I ordered a button-up shirt and it was stiff as a rock, basicly 100% Polyester. Have to avoid that :P
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all clothing come from china, you can get best chothing both price and quality.
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i think they're not bad for reselling..
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with clothes and shoes you gotta find a good supplier and be able to know what works and what doesnt work. i can't really tell about clothes and shoes because i dont' pay attention to fashion.
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i can help you find a supplier pm me electronics, clothing, cds etc
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