Wellington, New Zealand’s capital, is located near the southernmost point of the North Island on the Cook Strait. It is a small city with a waterfront promenade, sandy beaches, a working harbor, and colorful timber houses on surrounding hills. The iconic red Wellington Cable Car departs from Lambton Quay for the Wellington Botanic Gardens. The nickname “Windy Wellington” comes from the strong winds that blow through the Cook Strait.

We at Birbaboti export women’s apparel to New Zealand in wholesale on a regular basis.

New Zealandian people prefer to wear western style clothing. There is a steep interest rise in Islamic or modest wear as well.

All of the exports to the country are to the capital Wellington.

Most of our orders that we get from New Zealand are modest wear clothing making upto 40% of our exports to the nation. At second place we have western clothing with our special designs at 25%. At a third place we get orders for Uniforms which makes up to 22% of our exports. 9% of our exports are Indian Ethnic clothing to the country. Finally 3% are Middle Eastern Clothing.

The most important aspect of the apparels exported to New Zealand is the requirement of the materials to be more summer friendly like Australia as the temperatures there do not get too cold like they do in the other western states.

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