It’s the start of the new year and you want to embark on a fortuitous adventure by considering a home-based business.
But which one?
How about one that is fun, stylish, and can be rewarding in both chic accessories and monetary compensation?
In the previous years I have tried to do just that with Stella and Dot. And although I am not an active independent business owner of this brand any more, I still recommend it to anyone who is curious to try!
Stella and Dot is an up and coming fashion company. Compared to other brands, they are a fairly new player to the 30 billion dollar accessories market. Yet they have manage to infiltrate the editorial pages of the creme de la creme Vogue, InStyle, Lucky, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Elle, W, Real Simple, and other premier magazines.
And they have adorned the neck, ears, wrists, and fingers of the Hollywood elite, with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Sophia Vergara, Katy Perry, Elizabeth Banks, Nina Dobrev, Lea Michele, Julianne Hough, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood, and many more!
That’s pretty impressive, wouldn’t you say?
But here’s the 411….Stella and Dot can only be purchased through independent Stella and Dot Stylists, either through their respective web stores or through in-home Trunk Shows.
And if you happen to love the jewelry and searching for a flexible-hours home-based business where you call the shots, then why not become an independent stylist yourself?
Rather than give you the nitty gritty on the program, just click on the informational brochure below.
Click the Pics below for the Stella and Dot Stylist Opportunity Brochure:
And if you want a personal account of what it’s really like, have a look at my blog post: Stella and Dot, Entrepreneurship, and Teaching Teens. This gives you an honest perspective of what to expect, why Stella and Dot is not like the other sales multi-level marketing companies, and it is definitely not a ‘quick get rich’ scheme.
I quote the Stella and Dot CEO Jessica Herrin when she repeatedly says, “Just like any other business, it takes work, determination, perseverance, and discipline to be successful. So you have to put in the hours if you want to reap success.”
And if you ask, well does the CEO do trunk shows too? The answer is (and I quote her again because she was recently asked this question), “Yes, I am actually a chief stylist. What would my integrity be if I didn’t do my own trunk shows, learn and share that experience with all the other stylists, and run this company?”
Now THAT is pretty amazing!