One of the direct sales industries on the rise is clothing parties companies. It’s now easier than ever to get your hands on high-quality, unique fashion attire through home parties and trunk shows.
There is no shortage of legitimate business opportunities for those interested in selling clothing from home. There is an opportunity for every style and budget.
1. Agnes & Dora
Agnes & Dora starts out our list with a product line that features casual items for both adults and kids. Started in 2013, the company offers leggings, dresses and skirts. The business opportunity is open to residents of the United States and Canada.
One of the most well-known direct sales companies out there, Avon has been around for more than 130 years. Avon’s product line includes make-up, skincare, jewelry, fashion, wellness, home and more. It only takes $25 to start your own Avon business and earn up to 40% commission. Click here to get started.
Buskins has jumped on the leggings bandwagon with sizes available for women and girls. The product line is extremely affordable with most pieces between priced under $25. The Distributor position here is an affiliate relationship meaning you can opt for an online-only business selling through your referral link. Get started for under $10.
cabi offers more upscale items than cotton leggings. Their product line is great for working women in need of business casual tops, bottoms, dresses, jackets and accessories. Most of their items are priced $70 to $120. A seasonal investment is required.
5. Carlisle Collection
Carlisle offers business suits, cocktail dresses and more. Prices range $300 to $1,500+. This is a high-touch opportunity with stylists offering one-on-one stylings and consultations.
6. Ellie Kai
Ellie Kai offers some gorgeous fashion items for women and girls. Customers are involved in the design process resulting in a better fit and more unique pieces. All of this and it’s still affordable. The Ready to WorKIT is currently $195 for new stylists.
7. Essential Bodywear
Essential Bodywear offers bras, panties, and shapewear. Independent Consultants sell product through personal fittings and home parties. Looking at the representative map, there appears to be very little saturation at this time.
ETCETERA offers great styles for work, date night and play. As an example of pricing; a short set can run about $400. This company is a branch of Carlisle Collection.
9. India Hicks
India Hicks’ bags, accessories, tokens, scarves, and bags have an island life feel to it. Average prices range from $16 to $480, with at least half of the items costing less than $100. Consultants can join for $99 and start earning a 25% commission. Learn more here.
10. J. Elizabeth
J. Elizabeth has a women’s, men’s, kids, and accessories line. Most of their products are graphic t-shirts with cutesy sayings on them. All stylists start off earning 20% commission but can reach up to 25% if they hit sales quotas. J.Elizabeth has a unique model and doesn’t require you to purchase a start-up kit. Instead, stylists pay a $10 monthly fee (which is waived the first month) that gives them access to a personalized website and training.
11. La Senorita Jolie
La Senorita Jolie’s product line includes casual tops, dresses and jumpsuits. Most items cost $50 to $120 which seems to be on par for direct sales clothing companies. Stylists earn a base commission of 25% on clothing sales and 35% on jewelry with bonuses available. Joining fees start at $199.
12. LuLaRoe Clothing
I would be surprised if you hadn’t heard of LuLaRoe. They seem to be a company on the way up. LuLaRoe Fashion Retailers sell their signature pieces through Pop-Up Boutiques at hostess home and online. You do need to enroll under a sponsor, but one shouldn’t be too hard to locate especially if you are on the eastern side of the U.S.
13. Matilda Jane
Matilda Jane specializes in clothing for little girls. They now have items for every age from baby to mom. Their prints are so cute. And with the recent partnership with Joanna Gaines, you know they are a little country too.
14. Nygard Style
Nygard Style aims to revolutionize the shapewear industry by creating a product that combines pants with a compression garment. Nygard SLIMS, priced at around $50, comes in more than 200 styles, so there is something for everyone. Right now to join as a stylist, starter kits are available for $212 and come with a range of essential products. Stylists earn a 25-30% profit on all items sold.
Peach is a direct selling company offering bras, lingerie and other undergarment essentials. Stylists can choose to sell through parties, pop-up events or virtually through social media and emails.
16. Peekaboo Beans
Peekaboo Beans is a responsible clothing line for children that tries to create a durable product that can withstand multiple washes and the hard playing of kids. The pricing ranges from $20 to $40. Stylists can earn between 5-15% commission in all sales, and you can earn points for purchases and referrals that can be cashed in for discounts.
Piphany uses a custom size grading method on its women’s line because the company recognizes that one size does not meet all. Piphany offers dresses, tops, and bottoms with sizing ranging range from XS-3X. The company utilizes national averages to create sizes that actually fit women. The start-up costs for joining start at $199.
18. Ruby Ribbon
Ruby Ribbon has come a long way from shapewear. Their product line now includes business and casual essentials as well. Their Camis are one of their signature pieces and 90% of customers purchasing them order again. Get started for just $249.
19. W by Worth
W by Worth features fabulous looks made with designer fabrics for business professionals. A pantsuit runs around $600 here.
20. ZYIA Active
As you can probably guess from the name, ZYIA Active sells activewear including leggings, sports bras, or joggers, with new products released weakly. To become a ZIYA Active Representative, you must select a starter kit, which starts at $395, which includes a $200 gift card. Commission starts at 20%, and you can sell ZYIA Active products through in-person parties or online. The opportunity is available to anyone in the U.S.A or Canada.
Regardless of your customer base’s budget and style, there is a clothing party company for everyone. Which will you choose?