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Packaging solutions for clothes

Discussion in 'Retail Business Advice and start ups' started by Ape100, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Ape100

    Ape100

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    Hi,
    I'm going to be moving online in the next month and looking a packaging solutions. We have a boutique bricks & mortar store and like to send our customers away with nicely ***** items. Now that we are moving online we still want to have nice packaging but not have to fork out a fortune in unnecessary costs.
    If anyone is in the business of selling clothes online I'd like to here your thoughts on the best way to approach packing solutions.
    Thanks
  2. shaununo

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    Hi,
    I have no experience in clothing packaging, but have recently come across this website where you can design your own box packaging, linings, inserts, etc

    http://www.packaging-works.co.uk/

    No idea what prices are like, but might be worth a quick look at.
  3. Ape100

    Ape100

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    Cheers Shaununo, appreciate it, will check it out!
  4. Andy777

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    If you want to make it look beautiful use custom printed boxes and put them in plastic mailing bags.

    If look is not that important, you can simply send them in custom printed mailing bags (most clothing sellers do this, at least on eBay).
  5. Ape100

    Ape100

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    Hi Andy,
    Thanks, are they bubble wrapped or just a bag? Can you recommend any sites to purchase from?
    Elliot
  6. Andy777

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  7. Ape100

    Ape100

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    Thanks Andy, will get involved!
  8. Piano-movers

    Piano-movers

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    I can advise a good company
  9. Hettos

    Hettos

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