Where Do Online Fashion Boutiques Buy Their Clothing?

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Where Do Online Fashion Boutiques Buy Their Clothing?

Where do Fashion Boutiques Buy Their Clothing?

If you are thinking about going into fashion – the first question you may ask yourself is where do online fashion boutiques buy their clothing? It’s not like you can go to your favourite store and just ask them! Lucky for you, we have a list – a free list of where fashion boutiques buy most of their clothing from – some here in Australia – some overseas.

Although fashion boutiques are a very competitive niche, there is always room for more! And you never know, your style and influence could be the next big thing!

We have a huge range of clothing for fashion boutiques – from cheap clothing from China all the way up to designer Australian eco and sustainable brands.

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1. A2Z Clothing

A2Z Clothing is a wholesaler of basic t-shirts in loads of various designs, polo shirts, caps, hoodies, jumpers and athletic wear. They cater to men, women, kids and infants and you can even shop via a particular brand to ensure you get the quality you want. All those print-on-demand places – many of them purchase their t-shirts here!

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2. Aliexpress

  • Located in China
  • Fast Fashion Wholesaler

Aliexpress is a huge group of smaller sellers – and has a massive range of women’s fashion – from cheap pieces to expensive designer pieces.  Just make sure you check the rating of the sellers before purchasing!  A little hint – when you take a look at their website – you can tick the ‘Four stars and up’ option to ensure you find the best suppliers. 

Some of the larger fashion stores within Aliexpress that we would recommend include:

But we have done the hard work for you – here are the top Fashion Wholesalers on Aliexpress:

Her Good Coat Store
– 5-Star Reviews
– High-quality women’s coats
Speed to Market JHB Store
– Women’s clothing for 18 – 30 year olds
Festival Queen
– Has 95.2% Feedback
– Women’s clubwear and dancewear
Disney Vacation Clothing
– Has 92.7% Positive Feedback
– Disney-themed clothing
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3. Bellina Creations

Bellina Creations is one of Ireland’s leading wholesale clothing companies. They are renowned for excellent service and product quality. They have an Australian outlet store for wholesalers.

4. Celestree

Celestree is an Australian wholesale fashion brand that offers 100% sustainable products. They have the widest and exclusive collection of Scarves, Poncho / Kimono beach wraps, and headbands with the patented designs that are exclusive to Celestree and it’s partners.

Their sustainable fabrics are produced using patented (AZO Free) dyes and range from pure Cotton, 100% Linen, Modal, Silk, Viscose, Wool to blends of Linen-Cotton/Modal, Silk-Cotton, Wool-Cotton. They also offer customized design, fabric, pattern and colour palettes to suit your brand needs.

5. Contony

Contony Australia fashion wholesale offers everyday basics to sophisticated evening styles. Catering for all occasions including from desk to dinner sizes 8-20.

6. Daring Diva

  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Plus Size Fashion

Daring Diva is a Plus Size Clothing wholesaler that offers woman’s fashion in sizes 14 – 28.  They also sell shoes, handbags and jewellery. Daring Diva is Australia owned and operated and is located in Sydney.  All their products are sourced from the United States and they cater from casual wear through to formal occasions.

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7. DCMA Collection

Wholesalers of rockabilly, psychobilly, retro and alternative fashion, accessories and jewellery. They are based in Perth and stock brands such as Shock Culture, Dead Threads, Billy Eight, Oil Leak, Black Roses, Ratfind and more.

8. Freez

Freez was established in March, 1993 and sells the latest fashion trends at affordable prices with uncompromising quality.

9. Love Love Clothing Company Pty Ltd

Discover the latest trends and new styles from the official LOVE store. Brands they carry include Otto Mode, an emerging Australian womenswear label, and Timeless by Vannessa Tong – a designer for real women.

10. Modlily

  • Modlily offers a drop shipping service
  • Free shipping on orders over $49

Modlily is a professional cheap women’s clothing supplier perfect for starting your own fashion boutique.  Plus if you are a Fashion Blogger or Instagram Influencer, you can join their Modlily Pro Program and get free clothing in exchange for promotion.

Type of women’s clothing Modlily offer include:

  • Women’s Swimwear
  • Plus Size Fashion
  • Pre-orders which are on-trend items that are yet to be released online (you get 50% off for purchasing pre-order products)
  • Jewellery

11. Nique 

Nique is a fashion wholesaler found in a number of Australian Fashion Boutiques. They wholesale menswear, women’s fashion, and unisex fashion and are a more expensive ‘premium’ fashion stockist.  Tell them Stay at Home sent you!

11. Orientique Fashions

Orientique is an Australian fashion wholesaler for women’s having a wide range of unique collections of winter & summer with exquisite prints.

12. SaleHoo

  • Location: China
  • Wholesale
  • Offers Drop Shipping
  • Low Cost Fashion Wholesale
  • There is a membership fee

SaleHoo has the very best selection of products for Drop Shippers, wholesalers or anyone looking for bulk fashion on the cheap their list is HUGE.  You can choose to pay a yearly $67 membership fee or pay $ 127-lifetime access. BUT – if you want to try it for a week – we have negotiated a $1 access fee.  If you are not completely satisfied  SaleHoo has a 60-day guarantee, all you need to do is to email your receipt and you will get a full refund. Is membership worth it? Hell yes!  

The membership gets you access to their dropshipping supplier directory, members forum and all the research that will help you become a successful drop shipper. 

  • SaleHoo has more quality products for drop shipping than most of the others. 
  • Has over 2,500,00 products and brands.
  • SaleHoo has been around since 2005 so they are one of the longest-running drop-shipping companies.
  • All of the SaleHoo Sellers are real and authorised distributor of the products you are buying.
  • If you can’t find the products you are looking for, SaleHoo will refund your money. 

If you feel a bit icky about buying directly from China, then there is a website where all of the manufacturers are already screened for service and quality.  The catch? There is a membership to see all of the wholesalers.

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13. Spicy Sugar Fashion

  • Located in Australia

Spicy Sugar Fashion offers whole ranges of clothing in a set lot of sizing – they are extremely affordable and have a great range – very on-trend and boho.

13. QQ Fashions

  • Located in Australia

An Australian wholesaler, importer and supplier of quality ladies’ garments to retailers all over Australia as well as to overseas chains. QQ Fashions have three warehouses located in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and stock all the well-known brands you see in fashion boutiques everywhere!

14. Skiva Clothing

Australian women’s fashion brand. Dresses, jumpsuits, playsuits, skirts, tops and accessories. Clothing for the evening and special occasions.  

15. Wholesale2B

  • Offers Dropshipping
  • Located in China

Wholesale2B is one of China’s largest wholesalers of cheap women’s clothing suppliers – and they ship all over the world.  They put together the biggest and best wholesalers from the whole of China and put them in touch with store-holders wanting stock.  Yes, there is a membership fee for their website – but it is pretty inexpensive and access to these reputable wholesalers is well worth the payment.

But apart from that – I love the fact that as a fashion retailer you don’t even need to invest in stock – as when you sign up to Wholesale2B – they can ship directly from their factory to your customer – and you just take the profit!

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