Women's Junior Branded Clothing Lots
FOB: Los Angeles, CA
Assorted lots of New Shelf-Pull Women Junior Clothing
Hip, Trendy styles for young women & teenagers
Lots sizes & prices vary but typically always available in smaller 1 pallet lots starting from $1,500+. Lots are priced at 29% of Wholesale Value which roughly equates to 11% of Retail Value but this can differ slightly from lot to lot.
These are all New Shelf-Pull goods, Majority with Original Retail Tags.Tags may have marked down prices on them. Each lot will include an assortment of brands, styles and price points. Lots are great sellers for multiple type of sales channels including online, flea market, discount stores & more.
Brands typically include: Calvin Klein, Guess, DKNY, Levi's, Jessica Simpson, XOXO, BCBG, Anne Klein, Lucky Brand & more including Nationally known Private Label Brands.
Styles typically include: Activewear, Dresses, Jackets, Jeans, Jumpsuits, Pants, Rompers, Shorts, Skirts, Sweaters, Tops & more.
Please click here to see available loads, prices & manifests
Other things to note:
- Lots which are FOB: Los Angeles can be inspected in our facility
- All lots are manifested
- Lots are sold in their virgin state in exactly the same way they are received from the department store.
- This is a regular program which Via Trading typically always carries
- Purchases of multiple lots may be consolidated to reduce shipping costs
- Merchandise the items by size rather than by category of item. Since assorted wholesale clothing lots will come with a wide variety of products, it is easier to put all same-sized items together on a clothing rack and let customers select from rack with their size.
- Put any defective items inside a dump bin for a discounted price. People are more likely to be okay with purchasing a slightly defective item if it is clearly discounted.
- Highlight any well known brand names on a poster or other indicator to catch consumer attention.
- Encourage volume discounts - for example, buy 3 and get 1 free!
- If the items have retail tags, use the retail tag price to show the customer his savings. If the ORIGINAL retail on an item is $50 and the store had marked it down to $30, set your price to $20 and leave the original tag on so the customer can see his total savings over the original retail.
- Use brand names whoever possible to highlight the value of the items.
- Be open to using more than one resale channel. In any given new or used clothing lot, you may receive a variety of lower end and higher end items. Try to sell higher end items websites like eBay or Amazon, where customers are looking for designer or branded items for cheaper, and sell the lower value items at a flea market. If you have a store, make a "discount" section for your cheaper items and a "brand name" section for your higher ticket goods.
- If purchasing customer return clothing, take the time to verify any damages on the items. Some may be easily fixable with a bit of thread and a needle, and others may just need a light wash before you can sell them as "gently used" as opposed to "damaged/defective." Restore as many items as you can to like-new condition!