Have you ever wondered what other jobs exist in fashion besides being a Designer?
I started my career in fashion as a Designer because I didn’t know of anything else I could do in fashion that was creative. I spent 8 years in the industry as a Designer before I started to transition into other areas. I was fortunate in that I was able to become a Head Designer by the age of 24 and then went on to achieve the position of VP of Design/Merchandising by the age of 30. But what was after that?!? I struggled for so long thinking that I had to remain a Designer, that was after all what I went to school for. But then I started to look into other options such as becoming a Stylist and Image Consultant. Today I have had many roles including Designer, Merchandiser, Stylist, Image Consultant, Personal Shopper, and Fit Model. And I can tell you the good, the bad, and the ugly about each.
Inside, you’ll discover the very best, most up to date descriptions about all the various jobs that exist in the Fashion Industry. It’s just 12 pages because there’s no fluff or filler, it’s packed with practical information you can use instantly.
A few people that have already had access to the guide told me that the information I share in the guide is worth 5x the cost.
I admit, it’s not the prettiest layout – I’m no graphic designer. And if you want to be impressed with eloquent or fancy writing, this probably isn’t the guide for you, but if you’re looking for practical advice you can rely on, directly ‘from the trenches’, written by someone with years of experience, I can help you! This guide will transform the way you look at the Fashion Industry.
Here’s a sample of what’s inside the guide:
- 24 Descriptions of different Fashion Jobs
- Insider Strategies for the Requirements needed for those jobs
- What to Expect and How to avoid the common pitfalls in each job
- The latest trends in Fashion Jobs
One of my close friends recently told me that she is now considering a different career direction after reading my guide. As you can see, I have unique experience in this field, which I’m sharing for the first time.
Your investment to get this guide is just $9.99. So what’s the catch, right? Well, I’m going to tell you … I’m planning on raising the price soon. But for now, I’m offering it to you (and others who come across this site) for only $9.99 on the following condition:
Read it. And then take action by giving me your feedback about how it helped you on my blog. That’s all I ask. I want your honest opinion because it’ll help me make further changes to enhance the guide for future readers, who’ll be paying full price!
And if for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with the results, let me know and I’ll give you all of your money back! So go ahead, you’ve got nothing to lose.