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Calling All Fashionistas: These 3 Companies are Hiring Online Stylists

August 1, 2016
by Susan Shain
Senior Writer
Online stylist jobs

I’ve never been much of a fashionista, but being a work-from-home stylist would be a total dream gig for plenty of my friends.

Lucky for them (and maybe you), the explosion of clothing subscription services means the need for online stylists has never been greater.

We’ve written about how to find work as an online stylist before — and now several companies are actively recruiting.

3 Online Stylist Jobs You Can Get Right Now

Want to work in your yoga pants while making others look fabulous?

Check out online stylist jobs with:

1. Dia & Co

This service for plus-sized women is looking for remote stylists to work 20-40 hours per week.

The pay is $12 per hour, with the potential for full-time employment and a raise after 60 days of work.

You must have at least two years of experience in retail or customer service, plus a “knack for styling.”

2. Bombfell

This popular men’s clothing subscription service is hiring a part-time stylist who lives in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut. You must have a four-year degree and two years of fashion experience.

The listing doesn’t reveal pay, but it does say you’ll work at least 15 hours per week and receive a 30% discount.

3. Rocksbox

Love turning an average outfit into a total showstopper? As a remote stylist for Rocksbox, you’ll curate boxes filled with designer jewelry.

No specific experience is required, but you must be “passionate about fashion with an ability to recognize and spot new trends.”

You’ll start as soon as possible and work anywhere from 10 to 40 hours per week.  

And remember, if none of these are an exact fit (see what I did there?), click over to our stories about remote styling jobs or becoming a personal stylist for more ideas.

Your Turn: Will you apply to any of these jobs?

Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.

by Susan Shain
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