Creative and fun environment providing multiple opportunities to come up with your own personal style
Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – July 11, 2016
A typical day at work involves meeting new people and finding creative ways to help customers come up with their own style. There are so many ways to learn about the ins and outs of retail. Management is understanding and sets goals for everyone that are obtainable. My co-workers are so fun to work with. The most difficult part of the job is keeping track of everything that is going on, but it's also what makes the job exciting. The job allows the consultants to come up with my own ideas and get to know so many new people.
Flexible hours. Fun co-workers/environment. Creativity. Obtainable daily goals.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Sandy, UT – July 10, 2016
A typical day at work is really fun. My co-workers are super awesome and funny, and I love them! I've learned how to be a better person and have more patience than I ever thought possible. The hardest part about this job is the hours. Sometimes I get a lot, sometimes I barley get any.
I would pick orders that customers had bought and package them to send off via UPS. After orders were completed, we would take all of the inventory and either restock the items or put the new clothing out.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Pontiac, MI – May 25, 2016
Vanity was a fun, and different type of vibe to work at. We had our own individual sale goals, this was a bit difficult because team members would take sales from other co-workers. I learned how to sell on my own and hit my sale goal at the end of every shift. The most enjoyable part was seeing that the customers like the merchandise making it easy to sell.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – May 25, 2016
Helping customers pick out an item to their satisfactory, suggest ideas for their wardrobe, keeping a steady flow in the fitting rooms, and ringing up the customers, help process the clothing and put it out on the sales floor. The co workers were very nice and encouraging and supportive. It was a great working experience.
Sales Lead (Current Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – May 17, 2016
Clock in Warm ups Go over what has happened for the day Help Customers:) -5 steps of selling Process freight Make sure the store looks beautiful Fill out paperwork and file it Close the store/Lock it with the key
Sales Lead Manager (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 28, 2016
This company is super awesome to work for! It's definitely not hard at all and it's really fun especially with the current staff working there! The store manager is super awesome and totally lenient with any conflicts that occur with scheduling. I don't think I'd want to work anywhere else! There's an awesome discount for employees and the people that work there are super funny and awesome to work with! They definitely make time fly by! I would HIGHLY recommend working here, especially if you have retail experience or are looking for a part time job to just make your way though school! Rochester NY Vanity at Marketplace Mall! Apply today!
Absolutely loved working here, an extremely great company!interacting with people all day was so much fun. I learned how to use registers, dress mannequins, how to speak to people who had different attitudes!
Sales Lead/Management (Former Employee) – Valley, WA – February 17, 2016
When I came to Vanity I had already spent a decent amount of time in management and 5+ years in retail. I had very high hopes for this company, however it fell short in almost every aspect.
In my experience there is no consistency within the company, one set of information will say one thing but then uppers say another. There was no confidentiality and constant "throwing others under the bus".
That being said, they do provide a generous discount to employees, assuming they are ever given enough hours to have extra spending money, as a member of management I averaged about 15 hours a week.
I do think they provide a good opportunity for a first job, but don't expect too much from the company.
Manager (Current Employee) – Watertown, NY – January 22, 2016
the upper management doesn't care about the stores on the east coast, they are located mostly in the west and Midwest and those stores get priority. District managers are never available when you have questions or concerns. And then when they do come for a visit to the store, they are condemning you for not doing the things correctly that you had the questions about when they didn't answer. The discount is good, but usually the promotions that are offered in the store are pretty close to what you get as an employee
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Scottsbluff, NE – January 6, 2016
I overall loved this job, Very fashion forward and not crazy busy. The only major downfall was as a store manager I was required to work a minimum of 45 hours a week on salary. So I was stuck working open to close most days alone because I didnt have payroll to have someone else come in.
This was definitely an enjoyable work experience! I leaned about fashion and accessorizing! This was defiantly a dream come true job when you are a young adult. I really enjoyed helping others pick out the perfect outfit!
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – November 16, 2015
This is where I began my first management job. It was a great place to start because the team was always under 20 employees. I learned to communicate better with those I manage. My co-workers were quick to help me in all areas. The hardest part was a turn-over in associates, I wasn't always able to build a solid relationship.