When you're ready to open your doors, don't be afraid to tell everyone.
From friends and family to those you're connected with on social media, be sure you have a message to share with them and reasons they should shop at your new store.
When you want to start a clothing store, you must dedicate time toward developing a solid plan of action. Anyone that steps into a mall in the middle of a large city may feel that the apparel industry is crowded.
The truth is, there is always room for another apparel store, particularly if you offer consumers something that's unique and new to your area.
Consider storefronts in strip malls or in stand-alone locations, or look into mall leases if it's suitable for your type of clothing store.
You'll have to keep in mind your inventory numbers: How much square footage will you need?
What can you afford, and what will it cost to fill your store with merchandise?
Speaking of inventory, you'll want to get the process moving to purchase merchandise from designers or manufacturers at the same time that you settle on a location.
To start, you'll need to get in touch with vendors who carry the clothing that you want to sell.
A trade show is one of the best places to buy wholesale merchandise for your store.