I didn’t realize the magnitude of the children’s clothing industry until my granddaughters got to the age of appreciating fashion. We’re talking four and six years old here. They would rather have clothes instead of toys for their birthday or Christmas gifts. Now we’re not just talking any clothes. They are into children’s designer clothing, name brand clothing such as Peaches and Cream Children’s Clothing or Laura Ashley Children’s Clothing, and by all means, it had better match. My daughter buys a lot of children’s discount clothing at children’s clothing stores or wholesale children’s clothing. This helps to keep the expenses down.
Another way to keep expenses to a minimum is to start a children’s clothing home business. By this I mean, buying in quantity from children’s clothing manufactures and selling children’s clothing on internet auction sites such a Ebay. You can sell new items that you purchase for profit or you can sell slightly used items that the children have worn. This is a great way to earn a little extra income while keeping your fashion princesses in clothing.
Gerber Children’s Clothing, Carters Children’s Clothing, and Lucky Duck Children’s Clothing are all companies that make a substantial income from selling clothes. So why shouldn’t you do the same? All you need is a camera and a computer to get started and an hour or so away from Oprah or The Guiding Light each day.
The internet is a great place to find children’s clothing. You can find anything from Antique children’s clothing to Victorian children’s clothing. There are all types of children’s clothing stores on the internet that sell wholesale clothing also.
So if you have one or more fashion hounds in your household now, think what it will be like when they become teenagers. You may want to become a merchant and cash in on this booming business of children’s clothing also.