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List of Kids Clothing Wholesalers in Australia and International Suppliers

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List of Kids Clothing Wholesalers in Australia and International Suppliers

Kids Clothing Wholesalers can be tricky to find! But if you are thinking of going into selling kids clothing as a small business, then this is the article for you!

Why are kids clothing sellers such a good area to go into business for? Well if you are a parent – you know how much you spend on kids clothing.

I know my kids constantly keep me poor because they are always outgrowing their clothes and shoes before they wear out. And if you have teenagers, well, you are going to be up for a lot more because they discover name brands.

Table of Contents:

  1. Kids Clothing Wholesale Niches to Consider
  2. Things to Consider Before Placing an Order
  3. What if you can’t afford the Minimum Order Quantity?
  4. List of Kids Clothing Wholesalers
  5. List of Licensed Kids Clothing Wholesalers
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1. Kids Clothing Wholesale Niches:

When it comes to kids clothing wholesalers – it really depends on the niche that you are wanting to go into as to the wholesaler you choose. Here is just a taste of some to give you some ideas:

  • Baby Clothing
  • Flower Girl Attire
  • Party Dresses
  • Boys Suits
  • Kids Shoes
  • Licensed Kids Pyjamas
  • Bamboo Kids Clothing
  • Kids Sneakers

Sticking to your niche means that you are more likely to get some leverage online and on social media.

2. Things To Consider Before Placing an Order for Kids Wholesale Clothing:

First of all, you need to find out a kids clothing wholesalers minimum order quantity. This is the minimum that a vendor is able to order from a wholesaler – and sometimes this pricing can be steep and out of reach for most small businesses that are just getting started.

Make sure you find out or ask the kids clothing wholesaler the following questions:

  • What is your Minimum Order Quantity
  • What is your returns policy?
  • How long does postage take (are they Australian or does the product come from overseas)
  • Do you offer payment plans or is full payment required upfront?
  • Can you order a sample?
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3. What if you Can’t Afford the Minimum Order Quantity?

Getting started is hard, and not too many people have the cash on hand to purchase a shop full of kids fashion to start. But don’t worry – there is another way – but it does have some downsides too.

It’s called Drop Shipping.

There are Kids Clothing Drop Shipping companies around the globe that allow you to sell their products, then they will send the product directly to your customer. The advantages are that you don’t have to have stock on hand, there is no postage required on your part and you don’t have to worry about where to store stock.

The downsides are that postage can take a really long time, especially if the drop shipping company is sending their product from China (most drop shipping companies at this stage are located in China). This typically can take from three to six weeks and your customers may not want to wait that long for their products to arrive.

But it is a great way to get your foot in the door without the financial outlay. Remember that most drop shippers are low-cost clothing from China – so take this into account.

Some Highly-Rated Kids Clothing Drop Shippers include:

4. Our List of Kids Clothing Wholesalers:

Rock Your Baby

To sell goods from Rock Your Baby you will need to sign up for a wholesale account and be approved. You may need to be up and running and have an ABN or a website before approval.

Deezo

Deezo has ‘happy clothing’ that is gender-neutral with big bright prints on brightly coloured fabrics. You will need to have an existing website or clothing store to apply to be a stockist.

Aster & Oak

To become a stockist or seller of Aster & Oak clothing you will need to fill out a wholesale application form which is subject to approval.

Designer Kidz

Designer Kidz is your one-stop boutique for gorgeous girls’, boys and babies fashion. Online wholesaler and retailer, proudly Australian owned and operated for more than 25 years”.

Tortoise Rabbit

Tortoise Rabbit is a China-based wholesaler of girls clothing.  They have an excellent rating (98.5%) and have good quality adorable clothing that is very affordable!  Check them out here ->

Bespoke Baby has a huge range of high-quality cotton baby clothing with a 5-star rating on Trust Pilot.  They don’t just have baby clothing, they also have swaddles, soft toys, baby gifts and baby carriers.  Read more here ->

New Dimension Clothing For Kids

Australian made fashion wholesalers for pre-teen clothing (sizes 8-16).

Cantree Global Store

A China-based wholesaler of kids clothing, they have baby clothing, boys and girls clothing, adorable sweaters and onesies.  See their range here ->

GZ Leader

Another great China-based kids wholesaler clothing retailer.  They offer sportswear and on-trend streetwear for kids. See their range here –>  

5. List of Licensed Kids Wholesale Clothing

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Textiel Trade Wholesale

Textiel Trade Wholesale have a range of licensed kids clothing wholesale including Disney, Marvel, Nickelodeon and DC Comics.

We are adding to our list of kids wholesale clothing supplies all the time – so don’t forget to bookmark this page and check back for updates.
If you wish to be included in this list – please drop us a line at [email protected]

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