1. More designs, more often.
Historically, large retail stores put out new apparel with the changing of fashion seasons. Ultimately, this results in a lack of variety on a regular basis. As consumers, the selection should not be limited to seasons only. Stay with the consumer and give them what they want when they want it, even if that means adding more designs through out the year. However, don’t design to design - make it matter. It should be in line with you brand, mission and values. Also, consider printing wholesale in the U.S. This typically results in a faster turnaround, thus letting your serve your customers as quickly as possible.
2. Offer quality products.
Offer quality products to your customers. Quality can look like a few things when it comes to custom printed shirts: the overall softness of your shirts, how well it fits on different body types and how soft the inks are that you are using. Adding additional touches, like custom hem tags, will only up you quality game. It shows that your company cares about all the details, even the smallest ones.
3. Easy order process.
Make your users shopping experience a delightful one. Invest in a well designed and functional website that’s easy to search and buy your shirts. Also, it’s extremely important that you post clear photos that represent the product and brand well. Once they’re ready to check out, have them complete as few steps to make it as easy and as quick as possible. Their good experience will keep them coming back for more!
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