6 Secrets For Starting A Successful Children's Clothing Business

Want to start your own children's clothing business? Here are 6 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a children's clothing business:

#1: Dahlia Rizk, founder of Buckle Me Baby Coats:

We chatted with with Dahlia, founder of Buckle Me Baby Coats ($50K/month). In our interview, Dahlia says:

I have learned to trust my gut more than any "expert" if it feels wrong it probably will be wrong (and expensive). You are the expert on your own product.

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#2: Cameron Olthuis, founder of Sawyer:

We chatted with with Cameron, founder of Sawyer ($0/month). In our interview, Cameron says:

Kids today spend less time outside than maximum security prisoners.

Additionally:

Just start. The biggest mistake I see people make is never acting on their ambitions to do something.

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#3: Erin E Hooley, founder of Bailey's Blossoms:

We chatted with with Erin, founder of Bailey's Blossoms ($0/month). In our interview, Erin says:

A product without a person is just a product. If you can manage to connect with people on a personal level, you will have a fan for life. And a fan is a thousand times more valuable than simply another customer.

Additionally:

Even the right people can be wrong if you lead them improperly. I never started my business with the intent to have a team, leading a team has been quite the learning curve for me.

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#4: Cameron Olthuis, founder of Sawyer:

We chatted with with Cameron, founder of Sawyer ($0/month). In our interview, Cameron says:

I’d much rather be looking back on a life full of great experiences and family time than I would be checking my bank balance to see how many zeros there are.

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