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Personal Service
Assistant Stylist (30970)
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Windsor, Inc. | Santa Fe Springs, CA
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Job Description

Windsor was founded in 1937 as a family owned women's fashion store in Southern California. Today, we continue to be all about dressing up by helping our girl make moments matter with on-trend fashion for special occasions, a big night out, or just everyday. We've grown from our humble beginnings to nearly 200 stores with 2,100 team members across the country, and are still expanding with more stores opening. If you are a passionate individual and you think you have what it takes to keep our legacy going, apply and join our Windsor team today!

Job Summary:

Windsor Fashions corporate office is currently seeking an Assistant Stylist to assist our Internet Creative Department. Applicants must be highly motivated, well organized and have a passion for styling.

The E-commerce Styling Assistant will work directly with Windsor's Creative Director and styling team to organize, plan and put together stylish looks for out E-commerce business.

Essential Job Functions:

* Assist with day to day organization of product and styling; steam, organize rolling rack, prep accessories
* Assist stylist during E-Commerce photo shoots
* Understands influencers, celebrity fashion and the landscape of event driven fashion
* Style outfits with the utmost attention to detail and presentation considering the many moods of the Windsor customer
* Help prepare accessories for flat photo shoots
* Assist with miscellaneous clerical duties: transfer merchandise, update spreadsheet, check-in new merchandise and return merchandise back to fulfillment team
* Assist stylist with putting trends together for trend photo shoots
* Able to lift 15-25 lbs.
* Job descriptions are merely a summary of the position. Duties and responsibilities are subject to change and may include any other that management finds necessary to successfully maintain store operations.