Women Clothing Business Proposal

It is stated that I have been a resident of London for the last 8 years. I moved here from Pakistan and have been living here with my husband and 2 kids. I used to work as a helper at a diner but due to the pandemic, everything was shut abruptly, and my family suffered a lot. During quarantine, I discovered my love for stitching Asian dresses, something I learned in Pakistan. I made dresses for myself and posted them online in our friend’s group. Those dresses were liked by everyone and that appreciation got me thinking to make more such dresses and sell them online. To my surprise, there were many buyers, and I earned a lot.

Now, as the pandemic is softening and life is returning to normal, I would like to give my designing a chance by opening a boutique of women’s clothing. It is compulsory for me to register my boutique in the XYZ department. After approval from the department, I would be able to set up my little venture. I have attached a proposal of my business plan along with this letter. Kindly consider my request.

Eagerly waiting for your response.


Meredith Grey

Address: House # 23, Street #9, Block A, London


Boutiques are places that display and sell dresses particularly for women. There is always a need for more dresses when it comes to women. In the city of London, where men and women work to make both ends meet, it is crucial to have many dresses to wear for work each day. Every woman searches for readymade dresses as they are easy to wear and bypass the hassle of doing alterations.

People of various nationalities have found home in London and live here permanently. Most of the citizens of Pakistan and India have been living here since the time of their grandparents and made a community during this hustle-bustle. Women of these communities prefer eastern wear during religious or matrimonial events. It is not easy to find eastern dresses in London so my boutique will be a great place for such shopping. Other than stitching myself, I will also buy dresses and jewelry from Pakistan and sell them in my boutique. It will be a one-stop-shop for eastern wear.

Along with eastern dresses and jewelry, the boutique will also display western dresses to attract local customers. It is essential otherwise; my business will not be successful.


Setting up a boutique from scratch is a pretty difficult task and I will be doing it all alone. The objectives that I need to complete includes,

  • Setting up the shop by small renovations
  • Adding shelves and other railings for proper showcasing of clothes
  • Cleaning and other chores to present a good look to customers.
  • Deciding name and policies of the boutique
  • Hanging clothes and accessories for customers
  • Making arrangements for the billing process
  • Purchasing shopping bags and gift wrappings


In addition to eastern wear, western clothes will also be displayed for working women,

  • Long shirts
  • Frocks
  • Blazers
  • Jumpsuit
  • Leggings
  • Sweaters
  • Jewelry
  • Footwear
  • Undergarments


All the articles other than eastern wear would be ordered from designers and their latest collection will be showcased. It will provide a one-stop-shop for women either they want for work or for attending a meeting or a party or wedding. My boutique will cover all fronts for women.

  • Eastern wear can be customized according to the likings of customers.
  • Gift vouchers can be made and the package will be parcelled by the boutique to the recipient
  • The shop will serve on a first come first serve basis.
  • No article will be returned once it has been purchased.
  • Articles can be exchanged after they have been purchased.
  • Alterations in the show-cased items can be made on-demand with extra charges.


A complete section of pre-loved dresses will be displayed in the boutique for needy people as it will be very cost-effective.

I have contacts with women of the elite class, they wear designer clothes in their events. All the items are used once or twice i.e., dress, jewelry, handbags, footwear, or hats for one event. These ladies never repeat their dresses so I made contacts and asked if they would charity or provide me these dresses at a minimal cost.

These clothes will be available for everyone and can be given to the poor for free. In this way, I will be able to help the poor community as well.


The boutique will be managed by me and I will hire help to perform all tasks smoothly. The team will include,

  • Manager: The manager will be responsible to delegate with ladies of the elite class in getting their dresses. The manager will conduct interviews for hiring other staff members. If any incident happens at the boutique, the manager will try to resolve it. S/he will catalog all the dresses and make sure customers are served properly.
  • Helper: Helper will assist customers in giving a look around to all the dresses and selecting what they find suitable. Provide opinions if customers want their views and also help during fittings.
  • Receptionist: The receptionist will guide customers towards the section that the customer wants to visit and take any queries regarding brand or sale. The receptionist will welcome all customers with a smile and help them.
  • Cashier: The cashier will clear all the bills of customers and make sure all the bills of the shop are paid on time. He will be responsible for all the money and legalization process of the shop.


A start-up requires a huge amount of money that cannot be paid through one’s pocket therefore, I have talked to my rich friends and they are happy to invest in my setup. I have made an installment plan to return their money in a period of 4 years.

Money is required for,

  • Rent of shop
  • Security
  • Renovations
  • Stationery
  • Utilities
  • Clothes
  • Hangers


Women Clothing Business Proposal

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