How to Merchandise Womens Vintage

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It is good for a buyers to communicate with their store merchandisers how the products should be grouped together. Just because each vintage piece is one off, does not mean that you can not merchandise mixes together. A well thought out marketing plan and creativity can help any store owner or buyer maximize their return on their products.

The following are different ways you can group ladies vintage mixes together

Dust Factory products used in image groupings

TOPS

  • Poly shirts
  • Western Shirts
  • Delicate Tops
  • Scout Shirts
  • Hippy Tops
  • Ethnic Tops
  • T-shirts

 

SKIRTS

  • Vintage Elastic
  • Wrap Skirts
  • Hippie Skirts
  • Denim Skirts
  • Long Skirts
  • Plaid Skirts
DRESSES

  • Poly Party dress
  • Antique Dress Mix
  • Cotton Dress Mix
  • 50’s House Dress Mix
  • Plaid Skirts
  • 80’s Prom Dress Mix
  • Summer Strapped Mix

 

OUTERWEAR

  • Sweaters
  • Car Coats
  • 80’s Lightweight Jackets
  • Faux Fur
  • Leather Coats
  • Trench Coats
  • Sweatshirts
  • Baja’s /Ethnic Wear
  • Denim Jackets
PANTS

  • Ladies Cords
  • 80’s Color Denim
  • 70’s Jeans
  • 70’s Polyester

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Men’s Vintage Clothing Merchandising Tips

June 15, 2011 by  
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Merchandising vintage clothing can get a little tricky if you want to maximize the your return on your investment.  Most women who work in a vintage clothing store know how to merchandise a mannequin with women’s clothing but miss a lot of opportunities when they start dressing the men. It is important for product buyers and merchandisers to understand how different items can be grouped together, and displayed.

The following are different groupings to assist buyers and merchandisers


Product mixes :

TOPS 

Army Shirts

Banlons

Mens Disco Shirts

Mens Retro Shirts

Boy Scout Shirts

Sport Shirts

T-Shirts

Guyaberas

Hawaiian Shirts

Tuxedo Shirts

Western Shirts

Flannel Shirts

Three Button Polos

Hippie Shirts

OUTERWEAR 

Light 80s  Jackets

Military Jackets

Field Jackets

Track Jackets

Members Only/80’s

Vintage Suit Coat

Tuxedo Jacket

Work Jacket

Leisure Suit Jacket

Leather Jackets

Denim Jackets

Trench Coats

Sweatshirts

Bajas /Ethnic Wear

Men’s Sweaters

Insulated Jean Jackets

PANTS 

MenPoly Pants

Cords

Mens Jeans – 70s

Levi 501, 517

Boot cut Lee, Levi,

Wrangler Denim

70s Tuxedo Pants

Work Pants

Checkered Poly Pants

Western Poly Pants

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Men's Vintage Clothing Merchandising Tips

June 15, 2011 by  
Filed under Resourcful, Shop Owner Notes, Vintage Fashion Tips

Comments Off on Men's Vintage Clothing Merchandising Tips

Merchandising vintage clothing can get a little tricky if you want to maximize the your return on your investment.  Most women who work in a vintage clothing store know how to merchandise a mannequin with women’s clothing but miss a lot of opportunities when they start dressing the men. It is important for product buyers and merchandisers to understand how different items can be grouped together, and displayed.

The following are different groupings to assist buyers and merchandisers


Product mixes :

TOPS 

Army Shirts

Banlons

Mens Disco Shirts

Mens Retro Shirts

Boy Scout Shirts

Sport Shirts

T-Shirts

Guyaberas

Hawaiian Shirts

Tuxedo Shirts

Western Shirts

Flannel Shirts

Three Button Polos

Hippie Shirts

OUTERWEAR 

Light 80s  Jackets

Military Jackets

Field Jackets

Track Jackets

Members Only/80’s

Vintage Suit Coat

Tuxedo Jacket

Work Jacket

Leisure Suit Jacket

Leather Jackets

Denim Jackets

Trench Coats

Sweatshirts

Bajas /Ethnic Wear

Men’s Sweaters

Insulated Jean Jackets

PANTS 

MenPoly Pants

Cords

Mens Jeans – 70s

Levi 501, 517

Boot cut Lee, Levi,

Wrangler Denim

70s Tuxedo Pants

Work Pants

Checkered Poly Pants

Western Poly Pants

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