It takes more than having good clothing racks to make a presentable store. Consider all of the things that go into a popular retail outlet. Many of these items can be added to a business in order to make it seem more professional.
For example, some buildings come with spaces that can easily become dressing rooms. In such a place, one would expect an appropriate three-way mirror. The dressing room should have a place for someone to sit, along with a rack with hangers for placing clothes after they've been tried on. Rooms should be well lit, also, but the light should have a flattering effect on whatever it hits. Staff should polish the mirrors regularly to ensure they look their best and reflect very clearly what the person wants to buy. For stores that sell shoes, having a shoe mirror would also help, along with complementary try-on socks.
Hangers are another area where stores can demonstrate their ability to compete with top retailers. Buying hangers that look attractive and fitting them into the appropriate apparel fixtures will help to show that a company doesn't hesitate to look its best. Using size identification cards can also help to create a sense of professionalism in the store.
Tags and signs
Price tags are also useful for making items appear valuable. Just giving something a very nice tag can often be enough to encourage someone to take the item more seriously as a purchase. For businesses that sell items that can be put on shelving, consider using pricing guns. Shoe boxes, hardware and canned goods can all be tagged with a pricing gun.
Signs in general make stores feel like they are popular locations for patrons who want to buy the best available items at the most affordable prices. These signs can include paper sale signs, with areas where the discount can be written clearly. They also include wooden signs and chalkboards, which are beautiful decorations in and of themselves, and will serve to make shoppers feel especially welcome.
If there is a clerk who is good at drawing, then that person can be in charge of making drawings on chalkboards, which can then be mounted in the display window to demonstrate the local talent that works in the store. Art can highlight new merchandise, the passing of the seasons or simply a recent sale that someone may want to check out.