6 Winter Embroidery Accessories to Add to Your Product Listings
Are you looking for something new to add to your product lineup this winter? Luckily, embroidery has made a big comeback in fashion lately! Get your best small designs and your favorite thread colors ready and give these embroidery accessories a try.
Leather purses and clutches will look even more elegant with some stitching. Add a pop of color to dark wintery handbags with some bright thread colors or even metallics. As a bonus, learning to embroider on leather is a great skill to have.
Let your customers make a stylish statement without sacrificing warmth. Add monograms, borders, or even patches to knee-high socks and offer the designs in a variety of colors and sizes.
Whether you’re going for boots or flats, embroidery with dark colors or a wintery motif are a great statement piece. If you offer custom embroidery work, shoes are a great item to add to your list.
Gloves are a must-have winter accessory, but they don’t have to be boring. Leather, knitted, and cloth gloves all offer space for a simple design or even a monogram. Be sure to stock up–everyone will want a pair!
Berets, knitted beanies, and ear covers will look even better with a bit of embroidery around the edges. Pair with matching designs on gloves, scarves, or shoes to make the perfect winter accessory set to sell!
Embroidered patches have made a comeback in fashion world and can be used to add a touch of glam to bags, hats, jackets, and more. Be sure to showcase images of your embroidered patches on different types of clothing and accessories to give your customers ideas.
Tips for Selling Embroidery Accessories:
- Your customers love having options. Offer the same design in a variety of colors.
- If you’ve sold items such as monogrammed boots before, look at the most popular sizes and use the data to determine which sizes to stock this winter.
- Can your customers see themselves wearing your products? In addition to your normal product photos, include images of your embroidery accessories being worn.