I'll keep this short and simple. My sister took fashion classes in high school and has expressed interest in starting her own boutique. I am trying to help her in the right direction as best as I can. I was thinking about sending her to some short courses that the London College of Fashion is offering. I cant pay for her to go get a whole undergrad degree but I feel like this would be a good inspirational and educational start for her. Any thoughts? No negative ones though please, I am a positive forward thinker.
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It is always a good idea to take classes to learn the business. Rather than start her own fashion boutique, my suggestion would be to work at someone else's store first. Learn the business before opening a new store.
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