If you don’t already have a business name in mind, it’s time to choose one. Clothing business names can vary wildly. For example, Under Armor, ASOS, Banana Republic, L.L. Bean, American Apparel, TopShop, Brooks Brothers, Dickies, Deus Ex Machina, Vardagen, Life is Good, or Salt Life. In short, your clothing business can be named just about anything you want it to be.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when naming your clothing business:
- Make sure that it is easy to pronounce and spell
- Choose a catchy or memorable name
- Consider how it translates into other languages
- Check if it is available as a domain name (e.g., yourbusinessname.com)
Once you have a business name, choose a slogan (optional), a brand color scheme, and create your logo. If you’re looking for an easy and affordable way to create your own logo, try using Canva, which is a free drag-and-drop design tool that has dozens of prebuilt logos you can customize. Alternatively, you can get a logo professionally designed for as little as $5 on Fiverr.