Many friends have chosen a clothing store as the beginning of their own business. For the clothing business, the purchase of clothing is an indispensable process.
But for many novice shopkeepers who have just started a business, many times they go to the wholesale market and are always fooled by people, or cannot grasp the essentials of inquiry and purchase.
Today I will prepare a complete collection of spoken apparel for newcomers to help you understand some of the professional terminology of wholesale, and grow into a veteran of clothing stores.
1. Wholesale market jargon
Stalls: To be precise, it means stalls, counters, or apparel wholesale stores spaced apart one by one. On the Guangdong side, many shops are used to calling them stalls.
Version and version: The version is just a look, that is, a style is designed by the designer's manuscript; the pattern designer turns the design into reality, and he controls the specific size. The effect of the version is the type.
We usually don't ask about this version when purchasing goods, but mostly refer to the following version.
Editions and styles: The general insiders are called editions, and the outsiders are called styles.
The version is just the appearance of the clothing, mainly referring to the difference between the design and the use of facial accessories. In addition to the design and elements of the facial accessories, the styles and colors are also more clearly expressed.
Explosive version: Refers to the better-selling and best-selling version.
Replenishment and replenishment order: Replenishment refers to the follow-up purchase after the replacement of the new product in the season, including the old version of the goods and the new version of the goods. The replenishment order is usually a batch of old-fashioned goods placed with the factory for sale.
2. Consultation jargon for attributes of different sources
Daluhuo: Mainly refers to the low-end clothing products that do not take the franchise and take the wholesale route. Most large-scale goods do not have registered trademarks.
Bulk cargo: It can also be said to be a bulk cargo. To be more precise, bulk goods can also include brands that are operated in combination as compared to brand monopoly, and the brands they manage are not necessarily franchised.
Foreign trade goods: refers specifically to foreign apparel sold in domestic non-normal channels, rather than foreign trade apparel through normal channels.
Original foreign trade apparel goods: the authenticity of the foreign trade apparel produced by the factory and its tail goods.
Foreign trade apparel and single goods: the factory made the goods from the original single goods of foreign trade apparel without authorization. Some of the single goods are completely consistent with the original single goods in terms of surface accessories and workmanship.
Tail goods: the remaining goods sold and the remaining goods shipped from the factory, collectively referred to as brand tail goods. Unloading goods is also a kind of tail goods.
Off-shelf goods: goods that are removed from the shelves and handled separately.
Stock goods: The goods pressed in the warehouse may be tail goods, or the whole batch of goods may not be shipped normally due to various reasons.
Roasted goods: Distributing goods that are not produced by oneself, or are not produced by placing an order by oneself, is called roasted goods.