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Most people use Blender (because it's free!).  However, many other 3D modeling programs can also be used.  I have not heard of Vectary before now, but according to its web page, it can export models in the .dae format, which is one key requirement.

I did not see, on their web page, any indication that Vectary has the capability for skeletal modeling, or linking 3D objects to the "bones" of an avatar.  This would be essential for any clothing other than, say, shoes or hats, that don't need to bend and move.

I would try a few simple test objects first.  Some software has problems, even though it can export .dae files.  Sketchup is one example of that.

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