Posted by Paul Foxson on August 13, 2014
Fashions may come, and fashions may go. But there are some items of clothing that never go out of style. These are your true classics. Every woman will want to have a few of them in her closet. Make sure that you include them in your stock of wholesale clothes.
Here are a few of them.
The basic cardigan goes well in any season. Clients love them because a cardigan can be styled according to what they want to look like. Just ensure that you have them in a lot of prints, cuts, fabrics and styles so clients have a lot of wholesale dress options to choose from. They can be paired with a V-neck undershirt, skinny jeans and bold colored wedges.
Pants and Trousers
Fancy pants/trousers are also a must have. They should go well with any top or natural companion for the regular t-shirt. They go very well with almost all varieties of footwear as well, and this includes oxfords and sandals too. The dress can be richly accessorized, may be with a leather belt. Every fashion wholesale store should definitely offer them.
White Dress Shirt
Every girl will want to have a few white dress shirts too. They are a great option for interviews and work. The shirt is of course extremely comfortable and cozy as well when she pairs it with a good piece of blazer, pumps or closed wedges and trousers. She can wear it with different style necklaces. You’ll do well by offering the white shirt in your wholesale clothes stock.
Little Black Dress
The LBD is a must mention in the list of classic clothes. In fact, it’s an all-time favorite. It’s a great option for those who want to hide their curves and bumps on special occasions. The black dress goes well with the blazer during the day, but can be transformed into an evening outfit too if she replaces the blazer with a cardigan. Make sure that you have a pile of LBD’s in stock so clients can choose from lots of styles. Check for variations. They shouldn’t be too short, and shouldn’t show off a lot of skin.
They first became popular during the 1940s and 1950s. There was a revival in the early 1970s because of style icons like Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall. Keep a few of these floor-length halter dresses in your wholesale dress boutique.
This became popular when Christian Dior of Paris launched his “New Look” in 1955. It looks like the letter A and thus the name. It comes with narrow shoulders and flares from the waist, and goes out to the dress’s hem. Everybody looks good in the A-Line Dress. It isn’t going away in a hurry. You’ll do well by offering them from your fashion wholesale store.