I’m really excited to share with you one of College Prepster’s newest sponsors. I’ve known about Chloe + Isabel for a while (and even worked with one of their merchandisers way back when). It’s been really incredible to see how the company has evolved and grown over the years.
One of the cool things about Chloe + Isabel is that it’s a company dedicating to helping women establish their own little businesses. Chantel Waterbury started Chloe +Isabel to give young women an opportunity to build their resume and their bank account in the fashion industry. She paid her way through college in direct sales and made her career working with industry’s heavyweights like LVMH, Target, Gap, and Macys. Because of her experience, she is passionate about offering financial opportunities for college aged women and loves to watch them grow into whatever career path they choose.
There is a specific program for college students. It’s a fun and flexible opportunity in the fashion industry with special team dedicated to college students so you always have a team behind you to help you be as successful as possible.
Chloe + Isabel’s GEM program is dedicated exclusively to college aged women and provides added training and focus on building resumes for young women who want to launch their career in a meaningful way. Campus Merchandisers learn how to run their own on-line and in person business gaining experience in sales, marketing, social media, customer service and more.
A few perks of the program:
Make 30% commission on all personal sales
Earn unlimited free jewelry
Shop the jewelry collection at 30-50% off
Create your own personalized e-boutique
Get access to corporate internships and letters of recognition for C+I executives
You can use your own blog and use social media network to promote their jewelry business.
Merchandisers build your resume through Chloe + Isabel training academy which teaches marketing, sales, social media, networking and more.
I was just talking to a few interns/students in the city the other day about the importance of learning hard business skills while still in school. Even if you’re just doing something small, the lessons and principles you learn are invaluable. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in (well, almost)… business skills will always come in handy. There’s no better place to learn that than during college. Who knows what it could turn into! I always say how glad I am that I started my blog and ultimately my company while still in school. Everything I was learning in class was contextualized!
No one will know the size of your jeans but they’ll know if they don’t fit! Struggling with my postpartum body… and just decided to go to the store and buy jeans that fit! Who knows what will happen down the road (my postpartum body always feels foreign for a while), but for now I have jeans that fit and that I feel good in. 🏻
Leave a comment with “jeans” and I’ll send you links for my outfit! 🔗
Can’t wait to fill Rory’s @petitekeep trunk with special memories and treasures 🏻 Jack’s is tucked away in his closet and every once in a while I open it up to store another item and reminisce on all the wonderful moments of his life so far. Love these keepsakes 🤍🍼👶🏼
After quite a tough pregnancy, from the first days all the way to the very end, I’m finally starting to feel like myself again! Nothing better than feeling a bit more “me.” I am trying to prioritize taking care of myself by carving out little slivers of time to do things that I enjoy… I don’t have unlimited time for hobbies, but I’ll take what I can get! I’m working on a couple of small needlepoint projects and I’m excited to start on Rory’s stocking soon🧵 🪡
My Valentine + Valentine Baby ❣️ After a very stressful start to the year, Rory’s birth felt like a bright light of hope and positivity. I’m so, so grateful for a healthy (and speedy!) delivery with Mike by my side.
(If you’re local, I switched to @madisonaveobgyn and this experience was night and day compared to my first pregnancy/delivery. I am *eternally* grateful for incredible care both during pregnancy and especially during delivery. It makes a huge difference.)