At Please & Thank You, we simply love the process of getting dressed. Choosing a style that suits a moments mood. The idea that clothing, like photos and art aren’t just material possessions, but a collection of memories that evoke a feeling. They set the stage for the day. They have the power to open doors to new opportunities and the magic to transport you to another time and place. Your style tells your story without a word.
We also believe that fashion should be nice. Fashion shouldn’t take, but it should give back. It should give confidence, encouragement and strength. This is the fashion we believe and the women we admire behind the clothes.
Financials and traffic
Little to no returns.
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Total revenue for last 12 months
Total traffic for last 12 months
Revenue includes sales until the end of last month and is calculated from Exchange’s eligible payment providers. Total traffic comes from all data available to Shopify.
Overhead is very light as everything as most traffic comes through social media (Instagram in particular) and website. Occasional events definitely drive up profit margin. Strong following in PNW, LA and East Coast.
(ie. Mailchimp, apps)
(ie. Adwords, Facebook ads, etc.)
Willing to sell some or all of inventory. Case by Case basis. All relationships with brands are transferrable and very strong.
Great following for just under a year. Loyal customers. Great price. Just needs some time and attention, which I don't have.
How can the future owner improve the business?
More interaction with customers. More pop ups. More email newsletters and just general interaction with customers. The customer base has been completely organic so if effort is put toward it, imagine what could happen?
What work have you put into the store?
Definitely built a word of mouth community and a loyal following via social media.
About the seller
Created this store about 1 year ago
Over 15+ years in fashion so great relationships with brands, knowledge of the industry, just not enough time and energy to devote to shop any longer.