What’s more important — life or Instagram life? Trick question. There is no life if you haven’t photographed it and converted it to Instagram life. I see you out there. Roaming the streets, seeing picturesque walls and settings, wishing you had different outfits with you, solely for the purpose of putting them on social media. A candid photo by the fountain, a hand holding photo walking down the quad, a throw what you know photo by any body of water or historical landmark — all perfectly accompanied by a caption you thought up weeks ago. All you need is the outfits on hand to make your most-liked photo ever happen, and the cooperation from your girlfriends to pose a million times until you get it just right.
Some say you do a little too much for the ‘Gram, but I say, it’s not too much if you’re getting college credits for it, right? Revelry, the premiere online boutique for recruitment gear, is looking for interns with an eye for social media to join their girl squad this spring in their Campus Stylist Program. As the brand specializes in outfitting sororities during recruitment — whether the chapter’s ideal look is white skinny jeans with matching chiffon tops, scallops and bows and seersucker, or skater skirts with Greek t-shirts, Revelry has a look for everyone, and wants to bring on sorority girls to help expand their vision onto campus.
The ideal candidate would have an interest in both marketing and fashion, as some of her main duties will include styling and outfitting girls in Revelry gear, and meeting with chapters on campus to discuss how Revelry can make a chapter stand out together during recruitment with flawless fashion, for all budgets and sizes. The program requires 10 hours a week from interns, for college credit, and (the best part) free clothes.