Feb 05, 2021

Top 5 things to do when working with a Vintage wholesaler

Before buying directly in bulk, it's smart to visit the wholesaler you want to order. Of course, that's time and money consuming (don't underestimate the cost of a trip to a wholesaler), but on the other hand, it could save you lots of money not ordering the wrong products.Get in touch with the wholesaler and ask a quote for the products.Try to get a free video call (doesn't cost you anything and maybe solves already most of your questions)Make handpicking first (if the... more

Feb 05, 2021

Where should I start selling Vintage?

- Social Media (free)- Marketplaces (different monthly fees/commissions)- Own online shop (monthly fees/transaction costs)- On events and markets (attending fee)- Own physical shop (rent/personal/inventory/unexpected costs)When it comes to deciding where you should start your Vintage business, there are many factors to consider. We will discuss all points in more detail in other posts.The fastest and probably also most comfortable way to start is selling on Social Media platforms like... more

Feb 05, 2021

Thinking about starting your Vintage Business?

You may think that by the beginning of 2021, the Vintage market might slowly be saturated, but the truth is that it's just starting and, according to studies, will even over grow the Fast Fashion industry.We created this page to help you understand all aspects of starting your Vintage business. Find the right supplier (wholesaler, flea market, thrift shops, etc.) and understand which sales channel (online or physical) is the best to start for you till getting in your first sale.Topics you... more

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Thinking about starting your Vintage Business?
Where should I start selling Vintage?
Top 5 things to do when working with a Vintage wholesaler