I need help finding the best app to help me sell my suits online.
I can't figure out how to have three carts on one page to break the suit down into
letting the customer choose the size of each item before adding to cart.
Many of the bundle apps i have tried dont allow me to design the products this way.
Can someone please help me?
Do you mean you want the customer to select one of each item before the bundle is added to the cart? A few people have requested this option and I haven't seen a possible solution due to the fact that you cannot create a bundle dynamically during the checkout process. If you could you would need to have every possible combination set up as a variant or unique product.
App Selly can help you to create bundle like these demos:
It sounds more of a page design scenario then a bundling problem. You could customise a collection page to display the 3 items together so the user is prompted to choose one of each. However, they won't be forced to add one of each on this page so not sure if this will work for you.
You could display the variant options for each on page similar to this tutorial:
There is a guide to do this: https://dylanjh.com/blogs/19-show-all-products-as-separate-variants-on-the-collection-page-of-the-de...
If you mean you want to let the customer select the variants of a product, I've worked with this new bundling app, Fast bundle, which creates bundles that a customer can choose the size or color or any other variants of the products in the bundle, but I have a question: I don't get it that how you want to manage the change in the number of each product and create a responsive discount for the whole bundle?
I can imagine how cool this responsive discount would look like in the shop, but I don't know how the design should be optimized in the admin side?
You can use shop-the-look or bundle format with PickyStory.
Shop-the-look is the best fit for the fashion industry. Note how each product can be added to cart separately:
The same app provides bundles and product kit formats as well. Here's what a bundle would look like: