It takes a lot of effort to put your style idea in an organized manner. Most get confused for one question that “What does it take to start my clothing brand?” This is the most common query in our website www.paromitadas.com. Most clients seek to know what they should do to get going. To make this simple and easy for our clients and all potential customers here are some of the tips.
Step – 1: Know your styles you want to design/produce for your collection.
When you want to start your brand you must have some idea/images that you have visualized in your mind. This you want to convey to a clothing designer/manufacturer. But most clients struggle to do so as they do not know how they should convey this to the designer. Here is the way you should finalize your style. Create a List of Styles you want to add to your collection. For Example
- T-Shirt – 2 style
- Hoody – 1 style
- Sweat Shirt – 1 style
- Tank top – 1 style
Step – 2
Create one folder for each of your styles. For Example, if you have 5 styles to prepare then create 5 folders in your PC / Laptop and Name them with the same name as the style name. Give a unique name to your style and name the folder with the Style Name.
Step – 3
Do an Image search in google for each of the styles. The URL is:
Save the Images that you find similar to the style that you want to design and produce once you have done the search. Keep them in the same folder for which you have done the style you have named.
Step – 4
Create a word document and add your comment for this style with points and give your own customization needs for the style. In the comment, You should mention the following details. You can download and use this word file to create a word document as per your style details. Insert the images kept in the folder and shape them to keep within the Table Columns as shown in the picture. This you can do by clicking the image and dragging from the corner of the image to shape it. Once You are done the page should look like this.
- Fabric you want to use for that Style
- Color of the Garment Style
- Base Measurement ( Length / Chest Measurement )
- Tank top – 1 style
This will clarify every detail that a clothing designer needs to know and can further proceed with design and tech pack development. Repeat the Step – 1 to Step – 4 for each style you want to go ahead with.
Step – 5
Add your logo vector ( if you have ) or idea that you want to design/develop. Once you are done with all the above steps do a proper review of your styles. Send the styles to the technical designer in separate emails. Make Sure you should send those files and details not in one go rather in 5 different emails with subject as the style name details. This will clearly make clear to the technical clothing designer.