Flow Chart of Accessories Management in Garments Industry

Fabric and accessories dept. working well for getting the right quality in a timely. But somewhere accessories ins. Dept is not available, the store is completing the responsibilities. The measurements are taken by the fabric inspection team. Accessories Management in Garments Industry is very important. Here, flow chart is as follow;

Accessories Management in Garments
Trims and accessories

Store Quality Check List:

  1. Buyer-Approved Trims Card Check.
  2. Buyer Approved Sample Wise Main, Size & Care Label Check.
  3. Buyer Approved Sample Wise Care Symbol Check.
  4. Thread Color Shading & Quality Check.
  5. Buyer Wise Hangtag & Price Sticker Check.
  6. All-materials buyer wise and style-wise input.
  7. All trims and accessories preserved in a racking system
  8. All machine tools also stored in a separate place.
  9. Carton storing in a dry place otherwise it will be damaged.
  10. Maintaining all record carefully

Flow Chart of Accessories Management in Garments Industry

Received technical sheet

Received approved trims

Accessories received



Storage accessories


What is Accessories?

To produce or make apparel the components, excluding the main fabric which is attached with clothing for finishing purpose or packing purpose are called accessories. It’s not directly attached to the body of clothing by sewing, only used for finishing and packing purposes. Actually, accessories are used for decorative purposes.

Example: Poly Bag, Safety Pin, Al pin, Neck Bord, Carton, Tissue Paper, Price Tag, etc.

List of Accessories Used in the Apparel Industry:

List of Accessories
1. Hanger
2. Hangtag
3. Size Tag
4. Tissue Paper
5. Collar Stand
6. Backboard
7. Neck board
8. Paper Band
9. Pin/ Clip
10. Tag Pin
11. Poly Bag
12. Elastic Bag
13. Mini Poly Bag
14. Gum tape
15. Scotch tape
16. P.P. Band
17. Carton Pad
18. Master Cartoon
19. Inner Cartoon
20. Outer Cartoon
21. Iron Seal .
22. Tarpaulin Paper
23. Carton Sticker .
24. Safety Sticker .
25. Arrow Sticker .
26. Size Sticker .
27. Numbering Stickers.
28. Butterfly.
29. Both side tape.
30. Plastic Staple
31. Barcode.
32. Ball Chain
33. Silica Gel, etc.

In the garments industry, trimmings and accessories are very important to make clothing aesthetic, functional, and commercially acceptable. But trimmings and accessories are not the same. Their function and looks are completely different.

Author of this Article:

Shariful Islam Iman
BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology
Email: [email protected]

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