The client has nothing but the store, a designer, and some abstract designs. They reached out to Hangzhou Garment and asked for help. Our team helped the store owner and got the customer’s brick-and-mortar store running with high-quality womenswear in no time.
The customer reached out to us, inquiring about the mass production of their womenswear designer brand. They provide various photos along with all the customer’s ideas. They could not offer the types of fabrics and accessories and let the team choose what was appropriate based on the effect on the style map.
First Challenge: No Pattern Making
It takes a lot of talent to create patterns for clothes production. Each pattern’s attention to detail and skill ensures that clothes are made to a specific design with a small margin of error. After you’ve designed your clothes, you’ll need to convert your ideas into technical drawings; then, you can start making patterns.
This crucial stage in the creation process will assist you in visualizing the fit and determining the size variants of your items. Patterns, in essence, close the gap between concept and production, making the process easier for both the company and the dress manufacturer.
With the help of our team, we brought the customer’s abstract design to life. It helped them visualize how their design would look as a finished product.
Second Challenge: No Sewing Technical Team
A technical sewing team is crucial to any clothing line. Without them, the dress manufacturing company won’t run. Moreover, the team must be highly skilled, or they won’t be able to convert the designs into beautiful dresses.
After receiving garment components from the cutting department, all garment elements are connected and sewed in order. All of the components are stitched following the customer’s specifications.
Guangzhou Hangzhou Garment Co. has a team of top-caliber sewers that can mass-produce high-quality clothing for the customer.
Third Challenge: No Materials
Choosing the proper fabric can be difficult for clothes manufacturers at times. The cost of textile can account for 50 to 65 percent of the entire cost of making a clothing component. Furthermore, a slight blunder in choosing the correct fabric and manufacturer can jeopardize the garment as the whole program.
Interestingly, even though the fabric is the essential garment component, many apparel merchandisers have little awareness of its importance. Fabric, like care labels, buttons, hang tags, and packing materials, are considered a component of raw material. Unfortunately, classifying the fabric when it comes to specification to accomplish a design is way more complicated than communicating the requirements of any other element of a garment.
Moreover, many apparel merchandisers lack the education or expertise to buy the appropriate fabric from the right manufacturing company at the right price. They request that multiple suppliers submit their lowest price bids and then choose the cheapest cost or the most favorable terms.
Fortunately, as a ladies’ dress manufacturer, we have access to all types of fabric and other materials needed with enough volume for mass production.
We gained another loyal client by providing high-quality womenswear and realizing the customer’s ideal designs.
We set up two production lines with dedicated teams in charge of quality control, garment design, package sealing, and packaging preparation to boost the production process. After working with their design ideas, we provide them with the perfect fabrics and materials that meet their specifications. Then, our team of technical sewers assembled the garments, creating tangible products out of their imagination.
Thanks to the combined efforts of our employees and a well-established production procedure, we were able to complete the womenswear and approval within six days. Our team met the agreed-upon deadline by giving them a sample of the finished product to test.
Our top-caliber production and quick sample delivery have satisfied the client’s expectations. Seasoned marketing professionals were brought in to provide the extra assistance needed to promote the products and enhance the brand’s visibility in the industry. Additionally, expert photographers took high-definition images that could be used for marketing and advertising the product.
How We Did It
Here are the factors that have contributed to our success as we review the project:
Communicate the process specifics, fabric composition, and size requirements to the customer. We have also sent a design draft for their approval.
From Imagination to Realization
We helped the customer create the patterns, select and buy the surface accessories, and then started sewing the womenswear.
Provided a Sample Finished Product
After finishing some samples, we sent them to the customer, so they could try them asked for their suggestions, opinions, and approval. We have also provided them with the rates of mass production.
Finishing On Time
Through everyone’s effort, we have finished the womenswear production and have their store running in 8 days.