The truth about the closeout business is that you make your money
when you buy, not when you sell.

Well, to be more concise, you establish your profit potential when
you buy right, and then you actualize your profits when you make a
sale.

In other words, you can have a great selection of designer Calvin Kleindresses,
but if you paid too much for them you will have a difficult time
reselling them. On the other hand, even if you have Nine West
dresses which are last season, but if you purchased them for pennies on the
dollar, you should be able to sell them at a decent markup.

Consumers will even buy an item that is slightly irregular, or
slightly out of fashion, provided that the price is low enough.

That is how major closeout chains made fortunes for their owners,
by purchasing last season and slightly irregular  brand name
products at below wholesale prices. They then passed on the savings
to consumers, and watched their bottom lines explode.

Of course, the best approach is to purchase fashionable dresses
by brands such as Tahari, Jones New York R&M Richards,
but from the past season, so that you can get a great closeout deal
on them.

I have a wide selection of first quality brand name overstock and
slightly irregular customer returns. You can order either category,
depending on what fits your clientele the best.

For instance, I have brand name designer dresses, which were
originally retailed at a major American department store. Brands
such as Tahari, BCBG, XOXO, Calvin Klein, Rampage, Jessica
McClintock, and more.

Both categories can work great for you, depending on the type of
customer that you serve.
I have customers who purchase the store return dresses, sew them
when needed, and then resell them at a higher price,

Or you can save yourself the work, and purchase the overstock
dresses which are in brand new condition.