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Source My Garment:
Your Ultimate Guide to Fashion Manufacturing 

Source My garment Book

Finding Information on sourcing and apparel manufacturing is tough for startups. The struggle is real. 


Written to help her clients fully understand the process of going from idea to production, manufacturing consultant Adila Cokar authored the ultimate guide to kickstart and manage your manufacturing journey. Drawing on her 20 years of experience, she demonstrates how to plan effectively, lower costs, avoid potential manufacturing problems, design sustainably, and more.

When it comes to launching a fashion brand,  production is one of the most challenging processes, and your success in the apparel business depends on learning every facet of it.

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And “SEW” She Wrote  A Book

Fun, focused, and completely in-depth, Source My Garment is the ultimate step-by-step insider's guide for entrepreneurs and fashion start-ups to build a thriving, prosperous, and sustainable design business.

This book is the must-have guide to:

🌏 Uncover the best way for smaller companies to manufacture offshore.

🚀Learn the crucial steps of transforming an idea into a product.

💼Build profitable businesses that also consider people and our planet.

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Praised by leading institutions like Lasalle College and the University of Massachusetts, "Source My Garment" is a go-to resource for students and startups. Featured in Women's Wear Daily and stocked in school libraries nationwide, it's a trusted guide for anyone in the fashion industry.


If you’re an entrepreneur with a vision and mission to make your mark on the world of fashion, and you’re overwhelmed by brand production and ready for an adventure then this book is for you!

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A great resource for designers and entrepreneurs

This is a comprehensive book that walks you through the complexities of the manufacturing process. Adila clearly breaks down the steps to turn your design ideas into an actual product. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to learn how to work with overseas manufacturers or designers who want to start their own clothing brand.

April S.

Honorable Author Mentions:

designer guide

Fashion Designers Survival Guide, Third Edition written by Mary Gehlhar (pages 104, 116)

fairtrade handbook

The Fair Trade Handbook, Edited by Gavin Fridell, Zach Gross & Sean Mchugh 

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