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Welcome to WunderUndies!

At some point on this journey, I decided that I wanted to blog my adventures in founding a new business. So here we are. Join me. Read along. Get excited.

This past week, I went to New York for the fabric expos. More specifically, Texworld. The best place to go when you’re looking for a bulk fabric mill or manufacturer. It was a little intimidating, I’ll admit. But I came out of it feeling pretty great in the end. You see, in the fashion industry, it can be very difficult to obtain contact information for manufacturers around the world. I’m not entirely sure why this is … it’s just a fact. Like it’s some closely guarded secret. So you have to go to one of these shows to get any information at all. And the nice thing about it is that you also get to meet people face to face. As a geriatric millenial, I have a deep hatred of phone calls. So this works well for me. 

So I went to the shows and I met a lot of potential fabric mills and manufacturers. I got to touch the fabric and do the goofy thing where I breathe through the fabric (to make sure it’s breathable for your comfort). I got to talk to the manufacturers and get quotes from them. Everybody was SO friendly and I had a great time. There were moments when it was discouraging and I thought there was no way I can afford to do what I want to do. But by the end I had met a couple of manufacturers that were happy to meet my price at my low quantities and I’m excited to pick one to work with. I’ll be sure to update you when I do. In the meantime, you can more easily follow this journey by subscribing to my newsletter. Check it out below!

two cartoon children wearing purple capes and underwear and reaching for a star