Wholesale is a type of selling products where the product is bought in bulk and is then sold to the customers at a cost effective and discounted market price, yet with a profit. They wholesalers also sell products under the brand name.
There are several benefits of wholesale. They include:
- Saving money
- High-quality products
- Wide variety
The best to buy products from wholesale is clothes. They do not just exhibit a wide variety, quenching the thirst of the customers but also sell them at a reasonable price. Clothes being a need of every person are bought very often casually or during occasions. Therefore, wisely spent money on clothes can lead to the fulfilment of needs as well as saving money.
The wholesale shawls andPareo are said to be better found and sold than in retail.
Draped around the shoulders for fashion, shawls are also used to keep warm during winters. It is usually a square, rectangular or triangular in shape made with different materials and patterns.
The triangular shawls often came as formal attire while the others were winter wear. Earlier shawls were only used in winter. With changing material and pattern they are often a carry that signifies elegance.
Made out of wool, these fabrics tend to originate from the parts of Kashmir where a cattle rearing is a common profession.
Shawls were originally made of wool woven, knitted or crocheted. The modern shawls are made of light woollen, silk, and similar materials to provide a multipurpose use for all 12 months in a year.
Every year a wholesale of the Tibetan market exhibits a wide variety of winter wears including shawls all around the Asian markets.
Often confused to be similar to a sarong, Pareo stands very different from it in reality.
Pareo is traditional, from its roots of Tahiti, a wrap around skirt for men or women. It is the main attire in the folk dance of Tahiti. With one single long fabric, diverse colors and floral prints, this dress is often chosen by women as it can be worn in many different ways. It comes traditionally as a long wrap around skirt fabric but now is also found in a wide variety of sizes.
- Longer and a bit thicker fabric than Sarong, Pareo is commonly worn as a long skirt, a short dress or a backless halter dress.
- It can also be worn around as a shoulder wrap but leaves a long fabric that has to be left loose in front or back.
- It can also be a side stole to a lot many dresses that we wish to match with.