The beauty of a jumble sale as a clothing reseller is twofold. On the one hand the prices are low which means that there is always a good profit to be made. On the other hand, the chances are that you will find one or two items for yourself too, so you can revive your wardrobe on a budget.
For the third part of our style series we are focussing on keywords for styles of collars, cuffs and sleeves. Whether it is a men’s shirt, a woman’s blouse, a dress, top, jacket and so on, we have found all the keywords you will need to describe the varying types and styles in your listings. Continue reading
In this second part of our ongoing style series we are focussing on styles and keywords for listing men’s shirts/t-shirts/tops and women’s blouses/t-shirts/tops.
When researching styles and keywords Google Image Search is your friend. I have found a few examples for you, to give you as many varied keyword ideas and options as possible… Continue reading
Selling clothing online is an increasing competitive market. When writing your listing it is important to make your item stand out to create interest and to attract your buyer. Including many clear and varied photos of your item is important. Using wording, in your title and description, that is likely to be searched by the buyer is just as, if not more important. These are known as keywords. A good knowledge of the item you are listing is vital in finding the keywords that are likely to attract your buyer. This is your ultimate comprehensive guide to identifying Dress Styles and the keywords you can use to describe them.
When listing your clothing items for sale on eBay using some simple measurements will a) help to sell the item and b) reduce the amount of returns you will get due to the item not fitting on receipt. I made the mistake of thinking that women’s clothing didn’t need measuring, and the generic sizing label would be enough. A few returns, and requests for sizing, later I quickly changed my mind on this. Every brand has slightly different sizing, despite the generic sizing given. Without the luxury of trying an item of clothing on, extra measurements give a better idea of actual size and dimensions to fit the customer. Continue reading
With the growing popularity of Veganism and an increased demand for cruelty free fashion products, as a clothing reseller something that can help your listings to stand out above others, and to reach a wider audience, are the use of keywords which appeal to Vegan buyers.
Vegan buyers will be looking for complete assurance that the item you are selling is completely Vegan and cruelty free. Therefore you must be 100% definite that the item you are listing meets this requirement and you can unequivocally guarantee that the item you are selling is in fact Vegan. Continue reading
I’m often asked what I use to package my clothing for dispatch and to show how I go about it. So I’ve made a short video (below).
There is no right or wrong way to do this and I’m simply sharing how I do it. I use a practical, no frills method, simply using Poly Mailers. For larger, heavier bundles I would use a box. Some people like to pre-wrap, or pre-bag the clothing before they go in to the Poly Mailer for extra protection, as I show in the video the Poly Mailers we use are very strong and other than the occasional use of reinforcement tape, I don’t double bag. Continue reading
Watching out for current trends while sourcing
Bloggers & Vloggers have become today’s fashion icons and trend setters. It is not a surprise that this should happen in these days of digital fame and notoriety, a time when a huge part of our lives are spent in cyber space. Fashion designers are purposely using fashion bloggers to publicise their collections. They have more power in setting trends now than any fashion magazine or newspaper column, who previously monopolised the market. Bloggers are even given their own designated digital space at the fashion shows so that they are able to immediately broadcast and appraise the newest collections as they hit the catwalk. Continue reading