Style Advisor

Location: New York, NY

Department: Sales and Business Development

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level


Join One of the Fastest-Growing and Most Innovative Fashion Brands in the Country!
For men who want to look better but don’t like to shop, or don’t have the time, Trumaker provides a personalized product and shopping experience built to fit them and their lifestyles. We started in San Francisco and have since expanded our fresh approach to shopping across the country. Our business has attracted the financial backing of top-tier venture capital firms including Javelin Venture Partners, RRE Ventures and Box Group.

When we started Trumaker we knew we had to start with an incredible product, giving our clients access to luxury garments at an accessible price. We then curated an unparalleled client experience, at the center of which is the Outfitter (our name for a Sales Representative/Stylist). Our Outfitters meet with clients one-on-one, taking their measurements, providing style guidance and maintaining lasting relationships to help them improve their look and wardrobe over time.

The Day-to-day:

  • Seeking out and connecting with prospective clients via phone, email and social media
  • Working with both cold and warm leads
  • Attending networking events and engaging with prospective clients face-to-face
  • Implementing creative strategies to build a book of business
  • Working in SalesForce to log all activity and keep track of leads and clients 
  • Setting appointments and meeting with clients both in the field and in the showroom to conduct in-person fittings
  • Taking a consultative approach with clients to grow and maintain lasting relationships 

Who you are:

  • Tenacity- you must adhere to your goals and be willing to push yourself to achieve them.
  • Confidence- you must be confident in connecting with clients and handling any and all objections.
  • Entrepreneurial spirit- our Outfitters take risks, innovating new ways of building a book of business.
  • Tech-savvy- Outfitters use SalesForce and a variety of other platforms on a daily basis.
  • Professional- while we are a start-up with a fun sales culture, we believe in handling ourselves with grace,, both in dealing with clients and with one another. 

The Culture:

  • Our offices are lively (and often loud) which means that no two days are the same and things are never boring.

The Perks:

  • This is a full time role with a base salary + commission
  • Company health and commuter benefits
  • Comprehensive training program
  • Opportunity for career growth and advancement
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