Meet Stella & Dot

Atlanta Opportunity Event and Basics Bootcamp on March 10th

Guests Receive a FREE pair of Valor Stud earrings!

What happens when business meets fashion, flexibility and fun? Come meet Stella & Dot to find out! Stella & Dot is changing the way women love to shop, love to style and love to earn a living. Join us at this fun, casual styling meet-up where you can view our celebrity adored collection, meet savvy entrepreneurs and learn about how you can make Stella & Dot a part of your life. I would love to have you come as my guest!!! Details below.

Star Stylist and Independent Stylist, Julie Foster

Julie's Online Boutique

Stella & Dot Opportunity Event and Basics BOOTCAMP (ATLANTA, GA)

Sunday, March 10th 2013 at 5:30pm

4920 Roswell Rd

Atlanta, GA

Bridge Club of Atlanta

Located in Sandy Springs in the Fountain Oaks Shopping Center, #33.

RSVP by March 7th to or 865.567.7378


There's never been a better time to become a stylist, really!!! I've loved my job for two years and am looking to bring on more stylists to help grow our presence. Here's something crazy- it's totally doable to become a stylist TODAY, and in March and April, earn $2,200 in free jewelry and over $1,500 in commission! Sound unbelievable? It's not!! If this sounds interesting to you, let's talk! If you know someone who would make a great stylist, please pass this on. I love to send sparkly gifts for referrals!
Hear Our Story | Stella & Dot

Julie Foster, Star Stylist and Independent Stylist

I have been a Stella & Dot stylist for over two years and absolutely love what I do! Working as a stylist and mentor has allowed me to cover mortgage payments, pay for extra vacations, splurge on gifts for the family, ALL while keeping my role as a mom top priority. Perhaps most rewarding part of my "job" is the pleasure I've had from helping many women launch their own Stella & Dot business and I now mentor/coaching a team across the US. (We are also in the U.K., Germany, Puerto Rico and soon launching in Scotland.)

Life is too short to not love what you do.