George Lea here, owner of FellasBanter.com, the shop for guys that hate to shop. Little shameless plug there. I haven't opened my store yet, but within 10 days. My product line is for ANY male from 18 - 40, (but preferably upwardly mobile) bachelor or married, that wants items either for his man cave (think tacky pink flamingos, and other silly stuff) to classy items that Sean Connery, or Ernest Hemmingway might buy, and a bunch in between. I've been through the Oberlo inventory, and there's plenty, but I'm not seeing really unique items that really make the testosterone flow, if ya catch my drift. I very much understand, and appreciate what Oberlo does, I just want to get away a little bit from the K-Mart standard, but still be able to use Oberlo to import, and prep for dropshipping.
Any suggestions are welcome.
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My name is Jade, I am with the Social Care Team at Shopify.
A good alternative to Oberlo when it comes to clothing is MODALYST which is also a dropshipping app. I've heard good things about MODALYST from other Guru's so it's worth looking into!
Hope this helps!
Jade | Social Care
You can refer Aliexpress Dropshipping app. This app helpful for importing of items from more than one supplier. And it gives a semi automated process of order fulfilment. It provides Daily auto update sync for items.
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