I have been running this business as a vintage clothing website with an Instagram following of over 42K. This shop has been published in GLAMOUR UK and had pieces in VOGUE ITALIA. I recently introduced wholesale pieces such as jewelry, t-shirts, swimwear to the site and it did very well. At this point, when I post something on Instagram - it sells. I can no longer run my business in the way it deserves to be run (new mom) so I'm looking to pass it on. My audience enjoys on-trend vintage inspired designs and there's potential for amazing growth. This also comes with an etsy shop that I started out on with a large number of followers and fans. I will happily assist you in the transition and answer any questions you have via chat or email.
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This store has a large committed audience on social media eager to purchase goods from ELC. I have been putting little to no effort in since I was got pregnant in 2017 and everything I list sells immediately. There is great potential to introduce a vintage-inspired clothing line, continue with on-trend vintage goods, jewelry, etc. This could be an online marketplace similar to Nasty Gal. Great following for bloggers too.
How can the future owner improve the business?
The future owner can utilize the large audience by providing ENOUGH inventory to meet demands, introduce an on-trend vintage inspired clothing line, introduce jewelry designs or wholesale accounts to revv up profits. Having a consistent blog on fashion / music / festivals would be amazing as well.
What work have you put into the store?
I have created this shop and it's following from nothing with no investment money. This shop truly has a loyal fanbase eager to purchase but I just don't have the time to continue with this venture.
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