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How does someone go about starting their own line? I see all these different jewelry lines on Instagram with gorgeous jewelry and their own websites. I really want to start my own but don’t know how. Also I know they all don’t make the jewelry they sell cus they all have some of the same stuff for different prices so where would you be able to buy wholesale jewelry like that?

posted almost 2 years ago
AksharTroublesome
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this is something i was also wondering..
so, now i have to follow this topic to learn about this as well.
sorry i couldn’t help you out.

posted almost 2 years ago
 
HauteandComely
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Asos marketplace.try it

posted almost 2 years ago
 
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etsy.com
Its a great website to create your own online store! Alot of people use this website so you would probably get a lot of sales. check it out
hope i helped :)

posted almost 2 years ago
 
Lillyjo
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Try shopify.com to get your own store and try and promote it on sites like this, lookbook, etsy, folksey, marketplace xx

posted over 1 year ago
 
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I currently sale jewelry though Kitsy Lane. It’s free to join so there’s no overhead. The jewelry is fresh and trendy and the once you are given a site, navigation is easy. You can pick up to 300 pieces to feature in your boutique and you can call you boutique whatever you want. It truly is your own business. They also help you promote your site through social networking and marketing tools. You can make up to 25% on each sale and 15% on the sales for each “owner” you bring in. Here’s my boutique. Link:[Statement – A Kitsy Lane Boutique]

posted over 1 year ago
 
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To be honest i don’t know some place where you gonna get a whole sales but starting it might be very difficult for you but then by the help of different kind of marketing strategy you will surely make that successful.In Helsinki i been in a Projektin hallinta or project management where most of the business think most on how to manage very well the project and how to give the best for customer.Well hope those kind of stuff help when you see some place to get whole sale to start.

posted over 1 year ago
 
kitschy_
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There’s also Big Cartel, if you want to open up your own online shop.

posted about 1 year ago
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