How to Display Your Clothing For Maximum Exposure

There is an art to displaying clothing to make them stand out more. Everywhere in the world, the fashion business is a brisk and often lucrative one…thanks to women’s obsession with replacing their clothing like it is a religion. No matter where you live, women love to pretty themselves out.

With that demand comes the competition. As a clothing retail business owner, you need to find a way to display your best selection in a way that attracts potential customers.

Making use of mannequins is never too old a trick. Clothes look plain, simple, out of shape and lifeless when placed on a shelf. When folded, customers might not even look at them twice, if they notice it at all. Hence, the best way to display your clothing is on a mannequin whereby customers are given a 3D look at the item. But here comes the question…mannequins are not cheap, how many can you afford?

Then comes hangers. Hanging the clothes that you are selling is also quite an effective way to bring attention to the clothes although the customers get to see only a 2D version of it. If you have something that you want to display prominently, try converting your walls with plankwall display panels. These are shelving units that is nailed to the wall of your shop. Inflexible? Nope, not at all. You see, most of these wall display shelving displays can be easily adjusted by making use of hooks and other peripherals.

Most clothing shop owners opt for a combination of all the above – using hangers, mannequins and also shelves to place folded clothes. For items that they would like to feature and attract customers or something new in the shop, they will use the mannequin. Older items will be featured on the wall display units on hangers and the balance are folded up and placed neatly on shelves.

On an end note, we would like to remind you that if you want to give your customers a good impression about your outlet, arrange neatly, display prominently and provide friendly, helpful customer service.


Post time: 04-04-2017