Children's Clothing Wholesale Suppliers UPDATED 5/13/2014

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Lately, many folks have been asking me where they can find children's clothing wholesale suppliers.
Last month I posted a great list of several wholesalers I use frequently.  I want to share this post again for anyone who missed it...

If you're an eBay seller like myself that specializes in children's clothing, you've probably spent HOURS trying to find quality wholesalers. I've done everything from searching online to spending lots of money on wholesale guides, all leading nowhere.

After years of experience selling on eBay, I've decided to put together a list of wholesalers that I currently use or have used in the past. These are all reputable wholesalers that are very honest and great to work with! I hope this list helps you as much as it has helped me!

Kids Resource
http://kidsresource.com/
This is a great wholesaler with competitve pricing, fast shipping and quality name brands. They use to require a Tax ID Number however they typically will accept eBay sellers with a Social Security Number instead.

The Children's Wear Outlet
http://www.thechildrenswearoutlet.com/shop/
This company is one of the best! They aren't necessarily a "wholesaler" however their pricing is often better than wholesalers and I can order in bulk with them. They ship very quickly and are wonderful to work with!

*****SaleHoo Wholesale Sources***** (MY FAVORITE)
http://www.salehoo.com/?aff=kidscorner&type=apparel
This is one of the biggest and best wholesale sources around!
This site does require a one-time fee however it is one of the BEST wholesale guides I have EVER received. Plus, they offer a 56-day money back guarantee - no questions asked. One of the best investments I've ever made!!!

SaleHoo also offers tactics on how to be an even BETTER seller on eBay - I highly recommended checking this link out as well!

 

Children's Wholesale
http://www.childrenswholesale.com/
This is another one of my favorite sites. They offer free shipping specials so be sure to check their website often for promotions.

Bargains Children's Clothing
http://www.bargainchildrensclothing.com
This is wonderful site that offers 20-85% off retail prices.  They also always have a Deal of the Day coupon available on their site as well.   I've purchased inventory from them at rock bottom prices!  You'll want to check this one out for sure!

Tiny Deal
http://www.tinydeal.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=855&sk=70216410bf
This wholesaler sells EVERYTHING from children's clothing to electronics.  They also offer drop shipping for your convenience.  Be sure to check out all that tinydeal.com has to offer!

Casual Fleece Polyester Polka Dot Warm Overcoat for Kids Girls
Casual Fleece Polyester Polka Dot Warm Overcoat for Kids Girls
$31.15


Kids Wholesale Wearhouse
http://www.kidswholesalewearhouse.com/
Another great wholesaler! Be quick to order if you see a great name brand as these items tend to sell out fast! I know by experience. :-)

I hope that you find these resources helpful. As I find new wholesalers, I will be sure to add them to my blog. Be sure to check back soon!

Happy eBaying!


Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner Children's Clothing

Where to Buy Wholesale Goods to Resell on Ebay and Amazon?

Are you looking for a home-based business that will allow you to work from home while you are raising your children? Are you overwhelmed, not knowing where to begin? If so, you should visit Blue Marble Wholesale.

If you truly want to work from home while your children are young, but need to make money at the same time, then maybe an eBay business is just what you are looking for. If you have considered selling on eBay, but don’t know where to begin, Blue Marble Wholesale makes the entire process a piece of cake!

There has never been an easier to follow guide to starting your own business. This step by step guide to starting your own eBay business will allow you to begin making money this afternoon. From the comfort of your own home, while your kids are napping or doing their homework, you can be selling products and collecting your money!

Are you worried that you don’t have enough stuff to sell? Don’t! Blue Marble Wholesale tells you how you can sell information products that reside on your hard drive and don’t take up space in your closet or the basement! You can sell these products over and over again and keep all of the money. You don’t have to search through flea markets and pack and ship heavy, large objects.

If you are ready to start making money from home today, don’t wait another minute to visit Blue Marble Wholesale!

http://99cbdgsb-zwh27t8uj4fjh4phr.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=BLUE MARBLE WHOLESALE



Thanks for reading!

Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner

Google Sniper 2.0 Review

Wednesday, May 7, 2014


Pros:   Google Sniper 2.0 is very informative and provides the knowledge on how to be successful.   Before I found this online course, I had wasted months trying to find these techniques on the internet on my own. Google Sniper 2.0 shows you how to do it all bundled in a nice, neat package! Huge time-saver!
Most importantly, if you aren't satisfied, they will refund you your money.

Cons:   Perseverance and patience. A lot of people give up before they can see any real results.

The Verdict: 4.5/5


Google Sniper 2.0 Review:

It’s always refreshing to see new strategies to make money online. However, the majority of the time I’m pretty disappointed with the results.

When I was recommended to buy Google Sniper 2.0, I thought it would be another system that just left me disappointed, but the proof and success stories tipped me to buy it. A quick Google search for testimonials and by watching the sales video it was clear that this system has worked wonders for other people, and it’s actually generated the most online success stories than any other system/course to date. It was a no-brainer to give it a shot personally.

At the time in my Internet marketing journey, I was pretty lost as to what road to head down. Google Sniper 2.0 really outlays the basics, from picking a niche, choosing keywords, buying a domain to setting up a wordpress website which will generate passive income online. It’s an extensive guide, but it’s easy to pick up (the walkthrough videos by George help also).

I studied the strategy pretty extensively to start with, and created my first “Sniper” site the next day. I was pretty excited due to the success stories, but still had that common doubt that it would be another blowout. I made my first bit of commission two weeks later after setting up the site completely. It wasn’t a huge amount but it was something, and that was the trigger to skim through the course once more to see if I could improve my site in anyway. The site in question started to generate me a tidy amount of commission, and still generates on average $375 a month (on autopilot).

The best thing about this course is alongside earning a nice income each month from this system on autopilot with no traffic generation, it’s also an extensive guide into niche research, finding products to promote and how to set up your own website. Yes, it may need to be read through a few times, but believe me... It’s worth it.

Check out Google Sniper 2.0 here - Click Here!

Thanks for visiting!

Sarah


Thrift Store Finds to Sell on Ebay

I'm always looking for new things to sell on eBay for a profit.  Last week my Mom had a few things to get for her yard and thought we should  go to the thrift store to see what treasures she could find...so I decided to tag along just to see what they had as it had been years since I've been in a second hand store.  I was shocked at all the things I found that I could make a profit from by selling them on eBay.  I found several brand new Ralph Lauren and J. Crew jackets and coats and paid only $5.00 each!!!   I also found a girls Mini Boden shirt for $1.00.   What a bargain!  These brands are all great sellers on eBay.  I am now obsessed with thrift stores and visit them frequently.  I just listed some of my thrift store finds on eBay so I'll be sure to follow up and let you know how they did. 

Here's an article I found on Ezine written by Tom Graber, the author of Thrift Store Profits.  He's got some great tips about what to look for when shopping at thrift stores.

"One of the best places to find product to sell on eBay is as close as your local thrift store. Many people overlook their local thrift store as a source to buy clothing and other items for very cheap and sell them at a very nice profit on eBay. This is because many people don't realize how much some clothing pieces are in demand. They think they are filled with out of date clothing that is full of holes and no one wants. The truth is there are items out there that people will pay hundreds and in some cases even thousands of dollars for.

Now, most of the clothing items in thrift stores are not going to sell on eBay. These are the common names that you can find by the thousands. Names like Faded Glory, Croft & Barrow and St Johns Bay just are not in demand because they are not a bigger name brand and they are carried everywhere. But there are other names like Ralph Lauren, North Face and Lacoste are in demand on eBay. These are brands that the manufacturer spent tens and hundreds of millions of dollars over the years building a brand name that people want to own. They like the quality, status symbol or the functionality of particular brand names and are looking for a way to buy them but not at the full retail price in a store. These are the brand names you want to look for and feed those hungry buyers.
You want to learn what is in demand and will sell on eBay.

This is the key to selling on eBay, knowing what names people are looking for. Thrift stores are filled with thousands and thousands of pieces of clothing. Only a small percentage will be worth buying to sell, but they ARE out there. You just have to hunt them out. And the way to know what to hunt for is by being well prepared by first studying what people want. This takes some time but is worth it or you will just waste your time and money by buying stuff nobody wants. That isn't any fun. What is fun is when you find an item you KNOW will sell on eBay. This is because you know the market and have done your research. What is unknown is how much it will sell for.

That is the brilliance of eBay, it is an auction. The price is determined by the market and how determined each individual bidder is. This is great for you because the sky is literally the limit for some items. I have seen sweaters sell for $1,500 even $2,000. Leather jackets sell for many hundreds and even old boots can sell for $300. There are collectors who will bid what it takes to add something to their collection and clothing is something there are rabid collectors out there waiting to find the next piece to their collection. Think about that when you research closed auctions on eBay."

Thanks Tom for the great tips! 

I'll be sure to let you know what other great finds I come across in the upcoming weeks.  Happy shopping!!!

Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner Children's Clothing

Vintage Bill Blass for Bond Street Rose & Houndstooth Trench Coat

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

It's been quite some time since I've had a free moment to sit down and blog.   I hope everyone had a great holiday and a very happy New Year! 

I've been very busy since the new year!  I've spent the past 3 weeks shopping at my local thrift stores, mainly Goodwill, looking for inventory to sell on eBay.  Let me tell you...it's a BLAST!  I am completely addicted to shopping at Goodwill now.  You would not believe what people will give away.  Just yesterday, I shopped at three different Goodwill locations here in Louisville, Kentucky and I found tons of Polo Ralph Lauren sweaters, Brooks Brothers sweaters, Lands' End coats,  J. Crew cashmere sweaters, a Woolrich down-filled Vest and a vintage Burberry sport coat.  And the amazing thing is that nothing cost more than $5.00.  In fact, most everything I bought was just $2.50.  What a lot of people don't know is that this stuff sells for great money on eBay.

So I have to share with you  my most exciting find yesterday.  It's this GORGEOUS Bill Blass for Bond Street Rose & Houndstooth Trench Coat. 







This coat appears to be from the 1960's and is in brand new condition.  It's absolutely superb!  I've spent hours researching this coat trying to find out what it's worth.  If anyone has any expertise in vintage designers, I'd love your input on this one.  I'll keep you posted on my findings!

Till next time, happy shopping!


Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner Children's Clothing & More

Children's Clothing Wholesale

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Are you looking for a home-based business that will allow you to work from home while you are raising your children? Are you overwhelmed, not knowing where to begin? If so, you should visit Blue Marble Wholesale.

If you truly want to work from home while your children are young, but need to make money at the same time, then maybe an eBay business is just what you are looking for. If you have considered selling on eBay, but don’t know where to begin, Blue Marble Wholesale makes the entire process a piece of cake!

There has never been an easier to follow guide to starting your own business. This step by step guide to starting your own eBay business will allow you to begin making money this afternoon. From the comfort of your own home, while your kids are napping or doing their homework, you can be selling products and collecting your money!

Are you worried that you don’t have enough stuff to sell? Don’t! Blue Marble Wholesale tells you how you can sell information products that reside on your hard drive and don’t take up space in your closet or the basement! You can sell these products over and over again and keep all of the money. You don’t have to search through flea markets and pack and ship heavy, large objects.

If you are ready to start making money from home today, don’t wait another minute to visit Blue Marble Wholesale!

http://99cbdgsb-zwh27t8uj4fjh4phr.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=BLUE MARBLE WHOLESALE



Thanks for reading!

Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner

What to Sell on eBay - Shop at Your Local Thrift Stores

Friday, December 4, 2009

I'm always looking for new things to sell on eBay for a profit.  Last week my Mom had a few things to get for her yard and thought we should  go to the thrift store to see what treasures she could find...so I decided to tag along just to see what they had as it had been years since I've been in a second hand store.  I was shocked at all the things I found that I could make a profit from by selling them on eBay.  I found several brand new Ralph Lauren and J. Crew jackets and coats and paid only $5.00 each!!!   I also found a girls Mini Boden shirt for $1.00.   What a bargain!  These brands are all great sellers on eBay.  I am now obsessed with thrift stores and visit them frequently.  I just listed some of my thrift store finds on eBay so I'll be sure to follow up and let you know how they did. 

Here's an article I found on Ezine written by Tom Graber, the author of Thrift Store Profits.  He's got some great tips about what to look for when shopping at thrift stores.

"One of the best places to find product to sell on eBay is as close as your local thrift store. Many people overlook their local thrift store as a source to buy clothing and other items for very cheap and sell them at a very nice profit on eBay. This is because many people don't realize how much some clothing pieces are in demand. They think they are filled with out of date clothing that is full of holes and no one wants. The truth is there are items out there that people will pay hundreds and in some cases even thousands of dollars for.

Now, most of the clothing items in thrift stores are not going to sell on eBay. These are the common names that you can find by the thousands. Names like Faded Glory, Croft & Barrow and St Johns Bay just are not in demand because they are not a bigger name brand and they are carried everywhere. But there are other names like Ralph Lauren, North Face and Lacoste are in demand on eBay. These are brands that the manufacturer spent tens and hundreds of millions of dollars over the years building a brand name that people want to own. They like the quality, status symbol or the functionality of particular brand names and are looking for a way to buy them but not at the full retail price in a store. These are the brand names you want to look for and feed those hungry buyers.
You want to learn what is in demand and will sell on eBay.

This is the key to selling on eBay, knowing what names people are looking for. Thrift stores are filled with thousands and thousands of pieces of clothing. Only a small percentage will be worth buying to sell, but they ARE out there. You just have to hunt them out. And the way to know what to hunt for is by being well prepared by first studying what people want. This takes some time but is worth it or you will just waste your time and money by buying stuff nobody wants. That isn't any fun. What is fun is when you find an item you KNOW will sell on eBay. This is because you know the market and have done your research. What is unknown is how much it will sell for.

That is the brilliance of eBay, it is an auction. The price is determined by the market and how determined each individual bidder is. This is great for you because the sky is literally the limit for some items. I have seen sweaters sell for $1,500 even $2,000. Leather jackets sell for many hundreds and even old boots can sell for $300. There are collectors who will bid what it takes to add something to their collection and clothing is something there are rabid collectors out there waiting to find the next piece to their collection. Think about that when you research closed auctions on eBay."

Thanks Tom for the great tips! 

I'll be sure to let you know what other great finds I come across in the upcoming weeks.  Happy shopping!!!

Sarah Shipley
Taylor's Corner Children's Clothing