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Five Common Patterns to Consider In Wholesale Clothing 0

Wholesale Clothing

Wholesale clothing sites are one of the best places to shop for clothes that are both stylish and affordable however if you are partial to only wearing solid-colored clothes, you don’t know what you are missing by wearing patterned clothing. 

As many shoppers learn how to buy wholesale clothing, they understand that having a palatable wardrobe is a good thing, and that even includes patterns. Patterns allow articles of clothing to feature more than one color in artistic or interesting ways. 

Stripes 

The stripes pattern is hands down the most common of them all. Stripes can go in horizontal, vertical, or diagonal, but the most common is horizontal, especially on shirts. Stripes can vary in width, with one color have stripes that are wider or narrower than the other. 

Pinstripes, as a matter of fact, are a staple in luxury. Blazers and pants in navy blue feature very thin white stripes that signify power, class and sophistication. Stipes that are even in width, however, can pull off a balanced look. 

Gingham 

Also known as checkerboards or tiles, a check pattern consists of squares of two or more colors that alternate with one another in columns and rows across the article of clothing. The traditional check pattern, however, is very uncommon this day and age, and is used for throwback attire. 

A variation of the check pattern, however, is gingham. This pattern considers of squares of one color all lined up in front of a background in another color. The horizontal or vertical lines that this background consists of can also be wide or thin in appearance. 

Plaid 

Plaid is more complex, but it is also very trendy and relevant in most forms of fashion, especially for how to buy wholesale clothing. Plaid normally involves two or more colors that are woven together into vertical and horizontal bands, with one of them fairly thick and the others being thinner. 

When these bands meet, they create additional colors. Plaid is mostly common in clothes that are made of wool. What is great about plaid is that it can both look vintage or modern to help you pull off the look that you are going for. 

Paisley 

Paisley is a wonderful pattern that consists of various unusual shapes and colors. This raindrop-like design has origins dating back hundreds of years ago in Middle Eastern countries. With a paisley design, colors tend to play off each other to give off a certain vibe. Paisley is a bold print and is well admired in the fashion industry for its unique appearance, style versatility, and old-fashioned charm. 

Cheetah/Leopard

Cheetah or Leopard print clothes simply come with attitude, and are commonly found in apparel for women and girls. Cheetah print clothes are common in tan, which is a neutral color that goes well with any other color. Try cheetah printed clothing along with colors such as pink, brown, or blue, and notice a real difference in your appearance. 

Floral

 

Always a crowd pleaser, you will see floral hit every year especially when Summer seasons begin.  This print has been especially popular the last couple years and it's just now starting to take a dip.
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The Fall Trends We're Seeing 0

Listed below are some of the ongoing and up and coming trends we are seeing develop for the Fall and Winter season of 2018.

  1. Floral doesn't seem to be going anywhere. This printed combined with a variation of either stripes, color blocks or polkadots is doing especially well.

Floral

  1. Dusters appear to be coming on strong. The midi cardigan or the full fledged dusters seem to be a crowd favorite. With as strong as kimonos were in the Spring it's know surprise that this style is continuing on in the form of long cardigans and dusters.

Midi Cardigan

  1. Thick Sweaters or chunky sweaters did great last year and have take on another life in 2018, we are seeing stripe variated and color block sweaters do extremely well.

Thick Sweaters

  1. The for-mentioned stripe and colorblock design is doing great as well. We're seeing both thick and thin stripes do well and of course the variated is taking off.

  1. Look for leopard to be a winner this season. Hints of it showed itself in late spring and some wholesalers are even testing out snake skins with good results thus far. 

- Rachel

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Welcome to Boutique Blog 0

The boutique blog's goal is to communicate valuable information that we are seeing on the ground floor of the Los Angeles Fashion District.  This includes trends, upcoming events and any additional info we think might benefit you. 

Not only will this blog be a place where you can read about the latest events happening in the LA district but also a community where successful boutique owners can share useful tips.

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