Sales/Merchandizing (Former Employee), McLean, VA – December 26, 2013
Pros: product, customer base, discount
Cons: drastic changes in management, control of company keeps changing hands
This was the first job I ever had and it taught me everything I know today. I was lucky to have an amazing store manager and assistant store manager. The district manager also made a point to consistently check in with us to touch base. There's an amazing discount, the product is easy to sell because it's quality denim, the customers were always a blast, – more... and it was a professional environment with being micro-managing. – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Boston, MA – January 2, 2014
Pros: easy going down to earth company; bonuses
A typical day at work would be engaging with customers and making friends. At Lucky we find out customers lifestyles to suggest attire that suits their life on the go or at home. You never stop learning. We have a pretty good team of associates and management who keep everything running smoothly. The hardest part of my job would be making unique conversation – more... and experiences for each person. The most enjoyable part of the job is that it doesnt feel like work sometimes. – less
Company has great culture, quality clothes and awesome discounts!
Store Sales Manager (Former Employee), New York, NY – December 2, 2013
Working for Lucky Brand was a great experience. It is retail so naturally there will be long hours, unique customers and sometimes thankless efforts from upper management. Thankfully I'm positive so I can handle pressure when dished! District manager and other store managers were very supportive and we seem to have each others backs...especially when – more... stores needed extra people for coverage. – less
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Limerick, PA – November 14, 2013
* Learned to be an expert at selling * Learned different marketing and promotional techniques * Management really cares about you and customers * Co-workers are all nice and help each other out * Always something to do and learn
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Brandon, FL – October 29, 2013
Pros: great discount, adjustable hours
Lucky Brand Jeans is a great place to work. The environment is always comfortable. The workers are known for their denim knowledge and being able to help everyone find their perfect fit. Great and helpful management with a relaxed sales environment.
Slightly rewarding experiences but no lack of frustrating circumstances throughout the day.
Part Time Sales Associate (Current Employee), Tulalip, WA – September 3, 2013
Cons: short breaks, endless folding, store is never clean, etc.
Typically I come into work and I'm ready to get going, I have a plan in my head but sometimes it gets overruled as to how I am supposed to do things. Yesterday I learned how to make stacks of denim look nicer during recovery. Management makes me feel a little uncertain because of how some people do certain things and the way they look at how we help – more... customers makes me feel like they don't look at the job and how to treat the people we are selling to. My coworkers seem to lean on me a bit more than they should. The hardest part of the job would probably be trying to balance sales and recovery. The most enjoyable part would be what the discount for buying merchandise as an employee. – less
Sales/stock Associate (Former Employee), Houston, TX – August 29, 2013
Pros: free lunches, celebrations and increase of discounts.
Cons: no diversity
Typical day was to come in put your belongings away, go to the front of the store to clean the mirrors, go to the back room turn the radio on then clean the office and then make sure the merchandise is neatly stacked on shelves or sometimes rearrange the clothes to other shelves. With that I learned how to be very organized in clothes, bills and etc. – more... I really enjoyed working with my coworkers there were some that I jelled with more than others because they trained me and we had a lot more conversations and spent more time with outside of work. The hardest part of the job would be stocking merchandise in the back room moving all those boxes and shelves and then having to rearrange over and over again after finding out that we mixed some merchandise up or that we missed a section. The most fun and enjoyable part was being in competition with my other coworkers , laughing and having real life conversations with them and the clothes and dressing up the models at the store. – less