Latina Clothing Brand “Hija De Tu Madre” Is Looking To Hire El Paso Street Team Members
Looking for a job? Want to spread Latina love WHILE getting paid to do it? Hija De Tu Madre, have I got the perfect job for you!!
Los Angeles-based Latina fashion and accessories business “Hija De Tu Madre” is looking for El Pasoans that want to join their team of strong Jefas to Latinafy our community!
In a story shared on their Instagram page, The team behind Hija De Tu Madre posted that they were looking for people in El Paso to join their street team.
What does a street team member do exactly? According to the online application, a street team member will push the Hija De Tu Madre mission by helping them organize their pop-ups across the country.
Street Team members will be in charge of helping the community have a great shopping experience as well as organizing merchandise, assisting with setting up displays, and checking out customers for purchases.
You must be over 18 to apply. Pay is $15 an hour and the best part is you get free Hija De Tu Madre merchandise! If I didn’t already have a job that I loved I would definitely send my application in! You can apply by clicking here.
Not familiar with the Hija De Tu Madre brand? Aye Mujer! It's ok, I got you.
“Hija De Tu Madre” is an online Latina owned clothing store that also provided pop-ups across different states. The business was founded by Latina Jefa Patty Delgado who also serves as the designer of all the Latina-themed clothing and accessories sold through their online store.
According to their website, Hija De Tu Madre celebrates the beautiful mess that is being Latina and Latinx. Oh girl, I am a mess all the time so thanks for reminding me that it's ok to celebrate my mess sometimes!
The goal of Hija de tu Madre is to create fashionable statements of identity.
“I want to create apparel that is the perfect depiction of my cultural intersection. What's more American than denim? And what's more Mexican than la Virgen de Guadalupe? Our fashion serves as reminders of where we come from and who we are. Our clothes provide us with a sense of familiarity, home, and belonging,” said Delgado.
“Hija de tu Madre” caters to Latinx individuals and celebrates Latinx history, culture, and identity.
“The brand is an ode to mujeres who are unapologetically Latina,” wrote Delgado.