Fastest Growing Online Fashion Boutique for Business Women Gives Back

Share Article

Dress Me Jesse, the fastest growing online boutique for business women, is doing more than selling great clothing. They are giving back to business women in more ways than one.

Past News Releases


Dress Me Jesse, the fastest growing online boutique for business women, is doing more than selling great clothing. With every purchase, part of the proceeds are donated to the American Heart Association. Owner, Jessica Ramsey, stated “We are a business that gives back. Building a career is more like running a marathon, rather than a sprint, and with heart disease being the number one killer of women in the United States, we wanted to help in doing our part in giving back.”

Dress Me Jesse’s motto tells women to “See it. Do it. Be it”. They dress and style business women to look their best. Offering quality, stylish business attire and personal stylists, they are educating women on how to dress for the position they want, not the position they have.

“We want to become the company that everyone thinks of when they are looking to snag their first interview, tackle an important business meeting, or to get promoted at work. All of us only get one chance at making a great first impression, and how we dress is more often than not, how we make that first impression,” says Jessica. When a woman makes a purchase with us, she gets her own personal stylist who will customize her order on how to wear it with her body shape and her complexion.

In addition, to add to their Giving Back model, Dress Me Jesse holds local donation drives in their community where women come and donate their gently used business attire. The donated clothing is given to Dress for Success. Dress for Success promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional business attire, a network of support, and career development tools that help over 850,000 women in 140 offices worldwide.

At 4,700 Facebook likes, and growing, Dress Me Jesse is looking to make a difference in how women are perceived in the workforce. Helping women to make a great first impression, will help them to get noticed and make a confident lasting impression.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Jessica Ramsey
since: 11/2014
Follow >
Dress Me Jesse
since: 12/2014
Like >
Dress Me Jesse

Visit website