How do you get the sales associate position in luxury brand stores when they require people with?

So I’ve noticed that a lot of stores like Liberty and luxury brands only hire people who have luxury retail experience but I don’t understand how people become sales associates in these sort of stores in the first place. I understand the first step is to gain general retail experience but how do you step up and be allowed to enter the sales associate world of luxury brands? That world just seems so closed off and impossible to enter!

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  1. Ashley R says:

    From around here, I started off in Wal-mart and a store called Meijer (grocery/general merchandise, not luxury at all.) Then I was able to apply and was offered a few jobs in the luxury retail. If you can do a good job in those fields and have great references, then they will usually consider you when you apply. Just make sure you get floor experience in some way and not cashiering.

    I know it’s not luxury and most places don’t care as long as you have the retail experience. Just to have a variety of it too such as working in the backroom, setting up mods/plano-grams, stocking, and just helping people out.

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