Job Hunting? 8 Style Jobs in Philly to Apply For Now

How to nab one of the most stylish gigs in town.

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For those still in school or just graduating (congrats!), summer means job-hunting. Whether you’re ready for a 9-to-5 career or just looking for a seasonal gig (and a sweet store discount), we’ve got you covered. Here are eight style-centric job openings in town. Time to brush up those resumes!


1. Free People Design Assistant

Um, you can bring your dogs to work and the Navy Yard office is the coolest workspace in the entire city. 'Nuff said.

2. Erdon Sales Associate

The newbie Old City shop is looking for shopgirls (and guys!). Who wouldn't want to be around all that Acne and Ivan Grundhal?  Send resumes to info@erdon.co.

3. Sullivan Owen Part-Time Designer

You get to be surrounded by pretty flowers, and learn from Sullivan, the best in the biz. Click the link for details.

4. Fireside Camp Supply Sunday Sales Associate

Spend your Sundays at this awesome South Street shop. Send your resume to GetFireside@gmail.com, or just stop in. (They're at 2207 South Street.)

5. Maggpie Vintage Rentals Summer Intern

The Maggpie warehouse is one of the coolest, most inspiring spots in the city—and you'll get to play with a duo of the most adorable golden retrievers ever, and also assist on styled photo shoots. Email Maggie@maggpievintagerentals.com.

6. Third Street Habit Sales Associate

Spend summer in this thoroughly wanderlust-inducing boutique, then use the cash you make to actually book that trip. Send resumes to info@thirdstreethabit.com.

7. Motherhood Maternity Assistant Buyer

This is a full-time, entry-level position. Click the link above to apply.

8. The Geisha House Part-Time Sales Associate

The Old City womenswear shop is looking for a style-savvy part-timer. Good luck not spending your entire paycheck in the store.

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