Many entrepreneurs begin their venture into the business world when they’ve completed their studies, while others drop out of classes to go full steam into their passion. For Bryce Faubel, he began his career as early as high school.
Bryce started his entrepreneurial career by reselling shoes. Even then, he knew what he wanted to do in life and work for himself on his own time. With a love for clothing and a high sense of fashion, Bryce began to make clothes for himself. He would fall in love with the process of creating clothes, conceptualizing, designing, creating a mock-up, the production, and the satisfaction of bringing out the finished product. It became his passion.
He created his first clothing line called ‘FOCUS’ which was initially a hit with many people saying they loved it and swearing they would buy it. When he put the line on the market, the sales didn’t do as well as he initially expected. The experience prompted him almost to give up.
In his senior year, Bryce started getting into dropshipping and ran a few smaller four-figure drop shipping websites. He began to improve at building websites and, before long, started building websites for smaller companies, photographers, etc.
After completing high school with high spirits, Bryce Faubel went on to spend his first year at Florida Atlantic University. He realized that he wouldn’t get where we wanted if he stayed in college during his stay. He decided to drop out and set off on his own journey. Bryce relied on his experience on clothing design and website building to help keep him on his feet. He decided to build his own website and launch his clothing company ‘Vulgar,’ which is meant for older generations because of the vulgarness of his clothing brand.
What makes Bryce unique is his passion for what he does. He doesn’t see what he does as work. Bryce loves building websites and designing clothes, which are the best quality for the best price possible. However, they aren’t available to everyone, as most of his designs are limited releases with limited quantities. Bryce’s websites are sleek and clean looking. He designs them to be easy to navigate while fully functioning.
Today, Bryce Faubel is living his dream of running his own company with his own time. He enjoys the steps to fulfilling an order. Until now, Bryce still gets an amazing feeling of receiving the order, producing the order, and shipping it out. He describes receiving messages telling him how much his customers love the quality and product after they receive it as fulfilling.
Five years from now, Bryce wants to see his company grow to mass-producing more clothes. He wants to start a more high-end fashion line and hopes to work with some of the most prominent designers today. He is hopeful of getting icons like ASAP Rocky, Ian Connor, and Lil Yachty in his clothing.
To find out more about Bryce Faubel and his Vulgar clothing line, you may visit his website.