Product Outsourcing

We manage and categorize a large number of reputable manufacturers based on their special qualifications. We also create distinct profiles for each supplier we work with and score them based on criteria such as the number of positive comments received and the average order processing time. This website conducts a periodic evaluation of its existing supplier list in order to eliminate underperforming suppliers and retain only high-performing, customer-focused manufacturers..

Order Confirmation

As in the apparel industry, the dress’s size and color are sensitive factors that could easily ruin our client’s purchasing experience. In an effort to improve solve this odds, we’ve established an Order Confirmation Unit within the customer service department. This unit is responsible for confirming every aspect of your order.

Product Inspection

We double check the product before delivery it out, even we know our manufacturers are all trust worthy. Here is how it goes:

1. Your product will be manufactured precisely according to the schedule we establish, and it will then be conveyed to our facility for inspection by a team of highly trained inspectors.

2. A basic check will be conducted to ensure that the product is consistent with the order, and that all of the order’s specific requirements have been met.

3. Any product failing to satisfy our QC standards will be returned and replaced.

4. Those products that passed our quality control inspection will be transferred to the packaging team.

Product Packing

Our packaging team will handle each item with care to prevent any potential damage during the packaging process. Our packing staff utilizes numerous innovative techniques to reinforce the exterior boxes, making your cargo more airtight, watertight, and pressure-resistant.

Package Tracking

Our logistics centre and our system will send you an email with your tracking number shortly after your package has been shipped; you can immediately start tracking where your package has arrived; however, our duty does not end here, as the customer service department now takes over, and a customer service representative will remain by your side until your package has arrived safely at your doorstep, mos.

Although we use the apparel industry as an example below, this does not inherently imply that we will only specialize in the apparel industry.Have you ever been pleasantly surprised by a product’s high quality or ideal fit when it arrived at your door? Our source team is constantly researching and updating our supplier list to ensure that each of our wholesalers, retailers, and end users has access to the most current products at the lowest prices.

How to Clean & Preserve?

About Cleaning

Before preserving a wedding dress or evening gown, it should be taken to a professional cleaner who specializes in wedding attire and evening gowns. There are, however, methods for treating or spot-cleaning a gown at home if it has only a few minor stains.

  1. Determine the fabric from which the dress is constructed. If the garment is made of silk, lace, or is an antique, it is best to have a professional launder it.
  2. Inspect the dress carefully for any stains, including perspiration, food, liquid, and makeup residues. If the dress is knee-length or longer, the hem will likely have accumulated grime.
  3. Using a white, dry, absorbent cloth, gently blot the satin after administering an appropriate cleaning fluid, as described in the following step. Before applying any liquid or cleaning agent to a stain, test it on a less visible area of the fabric to prevent the dress from becoming discolored.
  4. Use hydrogen to remove wine, perspiration, and blood stains. Hydrogen peroxide can bleach fabrics, so if the dress is not white, do not allow it to remain on the fabric for too long. Apply a light spray of hairspray to ink traces. For greasy stains, such as cosmetics or food, use a dry cleaning solvent or a soap-and-water solution.
  5. After removing as much of the stain as possible with paper towels, apply a few droplets of white vinegar and blot once more. Next, flush the fabric area with water, wipe once more, and then allow the area to dry.
  6. To clean a dirty hem, soak the hemline in warm water with detergent for a few hours, taking care to keep the remainder of the dress out of the water. Using a toothbrush, massage the hemline with the sudsy water to remove all stains. Thoroughly flush with water.
  7. After spot cleaning a garment, do not hang it to dry on a hanger. Wet fabric is heavy and may cause the dress to strain or tear. Place the garment on a clean drying rack instead. As splinters from a wooden rack could rip the dress and rust from a metal rack could discolor it, the rack should be coated with plastic or vinyl.

About Preserving

If you take as much care in preserving your dress as you did in selecting it, it can become a treasured family heirloom.

  1. Keep the garment’s original packaging or bring a plastic container to transport the garment to the cleaner.
  2. Ask your cleaner for a special acid-free receptacle and acid-free tissue paper to store your dress. You can also suspend the dress by the bodice by attaching slightly shorter straps to the waist, placing it on a padded hanger, and wrapping it in a clean white cotton sheet.
  3. Store the garment in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
  4. On each anniversary, examine your dress for any discolored areas or overlooked stains and allow it to “breathe.”