5 Ways to Design Clothes that Sell

You can design clothes well, but are customers buying them? Now, that is one of the biggest conundrums that clothing designers face, especially up-and-coming designers who are trying to make a place for themselves among an already established lot of designers. 

Faraj Beading, your local domestic beading service, can provide you with solutions to make sure that your clothes sell in the market. Here are a few ways you can design clothes that sell:


  • The Trending Designs in the Market


You need to perform extensive market research to determine the type of designs that sell. Are embroidered designs selling? Do you see a lot of beading or laser work on clothes? Do you see a combination of both? If a specific design technique is being used a lot in the market, base your designs around them.


  • The Trending Designs Among Your Target Market


Will your target market like this design? When we talk about trending designs among your target market, we are talking about using beads and embroidery to create certain popular themes that will appeal to your audience. For instance, if your target audience is children, you can create farm animals, cartoon characters, and other types of relevant designs.


  • Obtaining Feedback from Your Target Market


Do you really want to be sure that the next design you put out will be a hit with your target market? For that, you should obtain feedback from your audience through various social media platforms. You can create a poll or ask a question on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You do not have to choose all three mediums but can stick with one or just two depending on the platform your audience uses the most to interact with you and your brand.


  • Search for Inspiration


Go on a stroll through the park or forest. Reflect on your past. Observe your surroundings when you are in your car. Be aware of your dreams, writing them down as soon as you wake up. Look at old pictures. Find meaning in memories. Use all of that to kickstart your inspiration and get your creative juices flowing.


  • Dare to Be Different


The trending designs in the market and among your target market and obtaining feedback from your target market are all different ways you are playing it safe. Even though these are good strategies for an up-and-coming clothing designer to follow, there are times when you need to dare to be different. If you have a daring design in mind and are confident about it, go for it. 

If you really want to, you can ask your family and friends. Show them the bold and daring clothing design you want to release into the market and ask them what they think. Use their feedback to tweak your design to make it even better. However, know that doing this is a risk, as it can backfire on you. 

Once you have your designs in mind, you can send them for beading and embroidery. Our domestic fabric decorating service promises to deliver them before the deadline.