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Fashion Writer Jobs

Full-time, Part-time, Freelance Fashion Writer Jobs. We curate virtual copywriting jobs, jobs for content managers & social media managers.

Writers – Career/Finance/Fashion/Wellness

The Everygirl Media Group

The Everygirl Media Group is hiring! We’re looking for knowledgeable, passionate, and driven individuals to join our team in a variety of fully remote positions.


LBV is a luxury fashion collection and members wine and culture club looking for a Freelance Writer to create content for our magazine, under the direction of Editor in Chief, Joss Sackler.


As our company enters its third and most exciting year yet, we’re looking for a creative and hardworking individual to join the DMY BY DMY family as Head of Social Media.


We are looking to hire a Copywriter to join our fast-growing team. You must be well versed in youth culture, internet slang and have a strong interest in women’s fashion and streetwear.


This freelance scriptwriting role is approximately 5-20 hours a week with the possibility of more hours or even full time in the future. Work will be assigned on a per script-basis; each script can take 3-10 hours, depending on the complexity of the research and subject. Pay will be on an hourly basis.

Fashion Content Writer

Hey there! We’re a men’s style and lifestyle website that shows guys how to dress well and feel confident no matter where they’re headed.

We’re looking for a few awesome freelance writers to create new content for the site as well as revamp and update published articles.

We have a loyal readership that’s always looking for great content from us, and we need your help creating more!

Topics we’re looking to cover:

  • Watches
  • Everyday Carry
  • Cigars
  • Men’s Accessories

Types of content:

  • Buying Guides (Top 10 Seiko Watches under 40mm, Best Cigars under $10)
  • Product Reviews (Rocky Patel Connecticut review, Carl Friedrik Slim Wallet review)
  • Brand Reviews (Oris watches review, Aer bag review)
  • How-To (How to Wear Rings, How to Store Your Ties and Pocket Squares)
  • General Guides (What Should Be In Your Everyday Carry, A Guide To The Different Types of Cigars)

You can check the site out here:

About this writer / contributor position:

  • This is a long-term position for the right candidates
  • Fully remote, work from wherever
  • Flexible working hours, just let me know your general availability
  • You’ll have regular writing assignments, between 1,000-3,000 words/mo
  • You’ll be paid within 72 hours of submitting final version of your work

More about our process / style:

  • We have an ever-evolving list of content topics, you can pick what you’re most interested in writing about within your subject of expertise
  • Our writing and communication style is very friendly and chill. No unnecessarily big words or long sentences. We’re like the cool uncle or older brother you turn to for advice.
  • All communication is done through email, Google Hangouts Chat, and Asana (everything text-based, no meetings)
  • The apps we use most: Google Drive, Asana, and WordPress

The IDEAL candidate:

Has experience writing about and working knowledge of the subject matter. You don’t have to be a master-level expert or professional, but you shouldn’t be a complete n00b, either.

For example, I don’t expect a cigar writer to own a cigar shop.

But if you enjoy the occasional cigar a few times a week, have your favorite brands and sticks, know the general terminology, and can properly cut and light a cigar, that’s perfect.

Actually enjoys the subject matter! Because we’re a men’s style and lifestyle website, you’ve got to have an appreciation for men’s style and lifestyle topics, especially the topics we’ve mentioned above.

I want that passion and excitement to shine through!

Specializes in only one topic. I don’t expect you to know everything about all the topics mentioned. If you only specialize in watches, or just cigars, all good!

By the way, you don’t have to be a man to be passionate about the topic (women are welcome to apply), you just have to know the subject matter well and be able to write about it in an engaging way.

General candidate requirements:

  • You have to enjoy the menswear and men’s lifestyle niche
  • You must have substantial experience with and a solid understanding of at least one of these topics: Watches, Everyday Carry, Cigars, Men’s Accessories
  • You have to be US-based and a native English speaker
  • You must be on-time with deadlines, punctual, and responsive via email and Hangouts Chat

Writing style requirements:

  • You must be able to write in a casual, friendly tone, like you’re giving your younger brother or nephew (who looks up to you) a few tips and pointers
  • You must have impeccable spelling and grammar. Sure, we’re chill and colloquial and ish, but spelling / grammar is still important
  • You need to know how to follow a formatting template. We have a few template styles on EG so that all our content is uniform
  • You should know how to research a topic to come up with informed points of view, to fact check, and to have outbound links that support your article, if needed
  • What does Rolex make? Just one word. Tell me in the very last field of the application

Technical requirements:

  • You must have a working computer with internet access
  • You must be comfortable working in Google Drive and WordPress, and at least be open to learning Asana and Google Hangouts Chat (they’re easy, don’t worry)
  • You should have a PayPal account (to get paid)

Why work with EG?

  • Tons of writing opportunity for you
  • You get to flex that creative muscle and write about topics that excite you
  • We’re flexible, you can work when you want, from wherever you want, as long as deadlines are met
  • Plenty of opportunity to write for us long-term
  • We’ll pay you quickly!

Interested? Apply here:

We’ll be asking all qualified applicants to produce a sample (paid) article. We’ll provide the topic ideas, templates, and general guidelines once we get to that stage.

Thanks so much for reading! Can’t wait to hear from you.

Beauty / Fashion Writer

Do you consider yourself an expert in hair, makeup, or skincare? Do your friends consider you a fashionista? Do you love getting packages??

And are you a kick-ass writer?

If you answered yes to these questions, then read on.

We’re a media company that runs a number of blogs. We’re looking for a passionate US-based writer who can help us expand our site, Britt+Whit. The site is new but we are looking to grow quickly with quality writing and recommendations.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to write about something fun – subscription boxes! You should have a personal love for curated fashion or trying new beauty and skincare products. You’ll be trying and reviewing a wide range of subscription boxes and clothing rental services, mostly in the fashion and beauty niche.

For this, we need true passion – no fakers here, please! If you don’t truly have a passion for this, I’m afraid it’s not going to work.

Still reading? Great!

So, what’s in it for you? Not only do you get to make money and get free subscription boxes, but you’ll also be part of a driven team that intends to grow the site for years to come. We’ll give you a consistent, flexible flow of work to ensure you’re able to produce the very best content with minimal bottlenecks.

You’ll also get to be part of an exciting, growing project with a bright future and for which we have big plans in the pipeline.

  • Must have at least 2+ years writing experience
  • Must have beauty or fashion writing samples
  • Must live in the United States
  • Basic Photography skills
  • Know how to take screenshots
  • FREE subscription boxes!
  • Competitive freelance rates – $0.04 per word to start with growth opportunities
  • Consistent workload every week – 2-3 articles guaranteed
  • Flexible deadlines
  • Stable work as part of a high performing team
  • Application Instructions
  • Please apply by using our application form.
  • Looking for: Freelance Writer
  • Location: Remote
  • Compensation: $0.04 per word to start, with growth opportunities

Freelance Writers

You are extremely passionate about any of the following sectors: Design, Technology, Art, Events, Advertising, Publishing, Fashion, Architecture, Product Design, Public Relations, Gaming, Marketing, Creative job-hunting, and other related areas.We are also looking for someone who is interested in speaking to agencies, brands, studios, freelancers, jobseekers, design geeks and more…

Freelance Style Writer

The Manual is seeking an experienced style and grooming writer. This is a fast-paced gig where you will be completing a mix of assigned stories, as well as those you pitch. If we’re satisfied with your work, it could develop into a consistent, long-term working relationship.

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Want To Become A Great Fashion Writer?

The influence of a fashion writer is undisputed. To be a great fashion writer you need to be interested in the ‘why’ rather than the ‘what’. Never knowing when the change is going to come, we need to lead with a unique voice and vision, a sharp eye and a desire to learn everyday and teach the world our findings.

  • Author Mary-Ann McLaughlin

NORWICH, United Kingdom — Fashion writing, is it really the case that all that glitters is gold? Is it really so glamorous to be a fashion writer? As a fashion writer are you master or mistress of your own world? Or do you perhaps defer ownership to a magazine or newspaper; bound by an unwritten code of ethics that dictates who can write what about whom and for which publication or forever fear the unfortunate demise of never working in the fashion world again.

Through research and interviewing a diverse group of people entangled within the fashion world, I may perhaps have found the answers that would be useful for any budding fashion writer embarking on a career in the word of fashion.

The Market

One line of thought is that fashion writers are great marketing tools, perhaps greater than they are given credit for. The angle the fashion writer projects and the target audience they are aiming at will have great importance, perhaps even more importance than what is actually contained within their article.

With print media now, no longer the only form of advertising, digital media and fashion influencers have been given VIP status in the fashion writers territory. They are given front row seats at esteemed fashion shows enabling them to watch and blog simultaneously, giving designers immediate coverage and, in some cases, immediate sell-outs of collections. Even to say that these fashion bloggers work in collaboration with the designers and perhaps can affect their design choices from the onset. To this end, fashion magazines will now also have an on-line presence to capture the whole market.

What Makes A Good Fashion Writer

A fashion writer is someone with an eye for detail. Someone who perhaps likes controversy and likes to think out of the box. A fashion writer is a person with a genuine passion for fashion, who feels the collection and is not afraid to stand out on a limb.

Fashion writers need to be creative, have imagination and insight. These individuals need to be impassioned themselves otherwise there is no way they can write about a designer’s collection with any great effect. Remember that a good fashion writer does not necessarily require images for their article – if they can recreate the image to the reader, they are already there!

For a fashion writer who is tied into writing for the same magazine day in, day out, it is imperative that they remain focused not only on the collection they are writing about, but to the regular readers of that particular magazine. Therefore, it is important to think about whom will be reading your article before you start writing, otherwise you are lost before you have even started, no matter how glamorous the collection is you are writing about.

Let’s not forget that for both fashion writers tied into magazines and freelance fashion writers, it is important to have your own opinion. Remember that you are viewing the collection on behalf of the world of women and men out there and as much as each person is an individual, you are a fashion writer for a reason, and that reason is that you have passion and an opinion – so use it. Although, bear in mind that trashing a designer’s collection will not get you into the front row at their next fashion show!

What The Client Expects

Clients are ever more demanding but essentially they want the fashion writer to know what the readers want and to be the first to spread the word about their collection. They expect fashion writers to have the wow factor in their fashion presentations; even if the collection in question is not at its best. Clients would expect the writer to have vision and honesty and to project the collection to all of his or her followers new and old.

Which Writing Styles Are More Popular?

There are a variety of styles but those that offer personal opinions seem to be the winners. Those that promote the upcoming and latest trends, offer a ‘How To’ approach, showing the designer collection and then perhaps the lower budget alternative.

Marie Oakes Wade (Founder of The Trend Academy) says:

The influence of a fashion writer is undisputed. To be a great fashion writer you need to be interested in the ‘why’ rather than the ‘what’. Never knowing when the change is going to come, we need to lead with a unique voice and vision, a sharp eye and a desire to learn everyday and teach the world our findings.

Fabian Hirose (Strategy, Development & Management Consultant for Fashion Businesses) says:

Fashion writers are great marketing tools and it depends on which angle they are writing and who is reading.

Based on the above, we can conclude that being a fashion writer is indeed a real job. Yes, there is the glitz and the glam, but there are also the politics, the deadlines and the audience, whom if you fail you become redundant. It’s a high pressure but fun job that can, in my opinion, only be carried out by creative and passionate people who enjoy the world of fashion and all that encompasses it.