Fashion Advisory Board

Fashion Advisory BoardAre you are high school or college aged girl who stays on top of the latest trends while setting a few of your own?  Would you like to have input on the shoes, clothing and accessories sold in your local stores?  If you answered yes to both of those, then we’d love for you to apply for a position on our new Fashion Advisory Board at Martin’s/ The Denim Shop!

So what the Fashion Advisory Board? 

It’s a group of around 8 girls of our choosing who are high school or college age and love fashion!

What does the Board do?

We will meet for brunch at least once every other month on a Saturday morning (unless we find a time that works better for everyone).  We’ll eat, walk through the store and discuss what you like and what you’d like to see.  We want to know what’s missing from our selection and how to better serve our customers.   Think of it as being an honorary buyer!  In addition, we may have contests or other activities that are fashion related.

What’s in it for you? 

Not only will you get a say in what’s sold in our store, you will also leave with a swag bag of some of our favorite new things.

If you’re interested, please fill out the form below.  If you’re chosen, we will be contacting you in the next 2 weeks.  We will also have a waiting list in case one of our members is unable to fulfill their commitment.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Please provide a contact number(required)

How old are you?

You'll receive some fun freebies at our meetings. To personalize your gift, we need to know your shirt size.

We plan to meet once a month on Saturday mornings. Would you be available then?

We'd like to put a face with your application. Please provide us with your facebook or Instagram url.


To help us get know you a little better, please tell us about yourself, your hobbies, how you would describe your style, your favorite places to shop (in person and online) and anything else you think would make you a great addition to our team.

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