"Stylist" position is actually a sales associate position
I worked at the location in Tyson's Corner Mall with the job title of stylist. Many of my co-workers could not tell the difference between fake designer items and real ones despite working along side brands such as DVF and Alice +Olivia. The stylist position is Cusp's version of a sales associate, but don't tell the staff. A typical day at work consisted of dressing mannequins and the occasional customer. The store is always clean, and the backroom is organized nicely. The customer's are typically friendly and outgoing. Pay is hourly plus a small commission percentage. Management is professional (for the most part). Co-workers, on the other hand, need help with the fashion industry allusions that developed from their job titles.
With that said, if you have been a real personal shopper or stylist in the past---or if you study fashion, do not waste your time applying. If you are looking for an excellent environment to begin your retail career, the stylist position will be great for you. Just do not trust your co-workers! There is a lot of gossip and cattiness that takes place here. Since the company is new and successful there are plenty of growth opportunities. Other locations may provide you with a better experience.
work with great brands, store is near Starbucks