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Bring In Sales with a Unique Boutique Logo

Do you own a boutique? Whether you are selling haute couture, funky alternative jewelry, or upscale children’s clothing, your boutique has almost no chance of success without a high quality, unique boutique logo. Because corporate branding is one of the biggest indicators of small business success, this is no room for a ready made logo from a free website or a do-it-yourself logo design job. A design agency can create the boutique logo or fashion design you need, one that communicates what your business is all about. Here is a rough outline of the design process.

Step one: Choose your design agency. You don’t want just any design agency, but one with a stable of experienced employees and a long track record of producing unique logos for other companies. Avoid agencies that appear as though they outsource to freelancers, because their quality usually doesn’t match that of companies that use long-term employees. Your agency ideally should have a strong web presence as well as a physical office location. Once you have chosen the perfect design agency for your clothing company brand, your graphic designer will contact you to work on step two.

Step two: Consult with your design agency. A boutique logo is not an island; it is the public face of your corporate branding strategy. This means that your design agency will need to know about your company and your vision for its future. This level of individuality is one of the key differences between a ready made logo and one tailored to your boutique. The only way for your design agency to design a boutique logo that is perfect for you is for the graphic designer to discover what makes you tick.

Step three: Boutique logo creation. Once your design agency has relevant information about your company, they will work to develop the logo you need to take your business to the next level. Depending on the level of package you chose, you may be given several logo concepts to choose from and even be able to have them revised until they are a perfect match for your boutique’s energy.

Step four: Branding. Although your boutique logo has been created to your exact specifications, this is only the beginning. Your next step should be to hire the same design agency to use the logo as part of a corporate branding strategy for your company. Everything about your company, from ads to letterhead to in-store merchandising, should be created to tie into your logo. Your design agency can help you develop a color theme for your premises and make sure customers feel like they know you. This connection is what makes a boutique logo so successful, and it is what will keep those customers coming back.

As you can see, developing your logo is not the end of the process, but the beginning. You will need business cards, logos, flyers, advertisements, signs, and even a website that helps promote your brand. This will not only help your boutique thrive; it will make it iconic. In a competitive market, a corporate branding strategy that ties into a unique logo is the most likely recipe for success.

Here are the top 10 Online Boutique logos:

 

eLuxury

eLuxury.com Logo

ELUXURY is an inspirational creative space that will be launching in early 2010. In the meantime, it presents a different daily image or video and invites you to participate in the evolution of this new digital publishing frontier. The logo is a text based logo (like most fashion/luxury brands are) and exudes luxury on a dark background. The website is a little hard to navigate but the product range and offerings are quite impressive.

eLuxury Boutique Website and Online Store

eLuxury Boutique Website and Online Store

 

Zappos.com

Zappos.com Logo

Zappos.com is an electronic design company specializing in footwear and is currently based in Henderson, Nevada, USA.[2] The company warehouse is located in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, along with an outlet store. In addition, Zappos has two outlets stores in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Henderson, Nevada. I like this logo a lot. The company name is a unique customized font treatment and the icon is an abstract sole of a shoe with the heel being a baseball and the letter Z engraved into the sole.

Zappos.com Website and online shoe store

Zappos.com Website and online shoe store

 

RevolveClothing.com

RevolveClothing.com Logo

REVOLVE offers one of the largest selections of women’s and men’s fashion online, from emerging and hard-to-find labels to your most beloved designers. We are known for our deep cross section of emerging designers, expertly selected pieces from established brands, and for our unrivaled denim offering. Yet again a very uninspiring logo. The website is quite nice and usable but the brand logo itself is quite ordinary and just font based logo.

RevolveClothing.com Website and Online Boutique

RevolveClothing.com Website and Online Boutique

 

Asos.com

Asos.com Logo

Established in June 2000, ASOS.com is the UK’s largest independent online fashion and beauty retailer. With over 19,400 branded and own label products available and 1000 new lines added each week, ASOS.com is rapidly becoming the market leader in the UK online fashion world. Yet again a very uninspiring logo. A very plain text logo on black background. Nothing much to say about this logo. The website again is quite nice and attractive. I would prefer a little more usability, though.

ASOS Boutique Website

ASOS Boutique Website

 

Yoox.com

Yoox.com Logo

Established in June 2000, ASOS.com is the UK’s largest independent online fashion and beauty retailer. With over 19,400 branded and own label products available and 1000 new lines added each week, ASOS.com is rapidly becoming the market leader in the UK online fashion world. Yet again a very uninspiring logo. A very plain text logo on black background. Nothing much to say about this logo. The website again is quite nice and attractive. I would prefer a little more usability, though.

Yoox Boutique Website and Online Store

Yoox Boutique Website and Online Store

 

BlueFly.com

BlueFly.com Logo

Established in June 2000, ASOS.com is the UK’s largest independent online fashion and beauty retailer. With over 19,400 branded and own label products available and 1000 new lines added each week, ASOS.com is rapidly becoming the market leader in the UK online fashion world. Yet again a very uninspiring logo. A very plain text logo on black background. Nothing much to say about this logo. The website again is quite nice and attractive.

Blue Fly Boutique Website

Blue Fly Boutique Website

 

Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein Logo

Calvin Klein, Inc. is one of the leading fashion design and marketing studios in the world. It designs and markets women’s and men’s designer collection apparel and a range of other products that are manufactured and marketed through an extensive network of licensing agreements and other arrangements worldwide. By far the simplest of the whole lot with just a name in a simple font and no icon. The website is also quite bare and simple with just a white background and a border which includes a slide show of some black and white photos of the fall collection.

Calvin Klein men's clothing brand website

Calvin Klein men’s clothing brand website

 

Republic.co.uk

Republic Clothing Logo

Republic started in 1998, is a men’s- and womenswear retailer with over 80 stores in the UK. It was initially founded in 1985 as Just Jeans but later changed its name to Best Jeanswear. The brand logo is quite nice actually with a bold and unique font on a black background. The offline store branding is quite powerful using black and red.

Republic.co.uk Men's and Women's Clothing Website

Republic.co.uk Men’s and Women’s Clothing Website

 

eDressMe.com

eDressMe.com Logo

eDressme is the perfect shop for teens to find quality cocktail and prom dresses. The great thing about this site is that they offer designs that are a lot more sophisticated that the regular a-line dresses found at department stores like JC Penney. The eDressMe.com logo is quite dated and looks quite tired. I am surprised a boutique targeting teens has such a boring logo and website.

eDressMe.com Clothing Web store

eDressMe.com Clothing Web store

 

Guess.com

Guess.com Logo

The world knows GUESS. Today, it is one of the most widely recognizable apparel companies across the globe, with over 1,113 GUESS and GUESS Accessory retail stores worldwide and counting. The logo is very simple and I feel I am repeating myself but to be honest there is nothing to talk about these boutique logos. They are all text based and some, like the Guess logo, do not use a unique font.

Guess Clothing Website

Guess Clothing Website

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