We're looking for a talented individual to join the Steampunk Stop team and lead our Marketing strategy. The new role will be responsible for creating, planning and executing the overall strategy for acquisition, conversion and retention of the Steampunk Stop customer base. 

Managing our talented Online Marketing Manager and reporting to the Commercial Director and Managing Director. 

You will...

  • Be responsible for the performance and communication of Steampunk Stop marketing efforts.

  • Plan and execute online marketing strategy across all channels, setting targets and steering progress to meet them.

  • Possess a Growth Hacking mindset before a ‘traditional’ budget spend one.

  • Define key metrics, help mine the data, identify opportunities and deliver growth.

  • Know your pirate metrics from your vanity metrics, and be capable of identifying the right data across multiple areas.

  • Understand the challenges and opportunities of online retail.

  • Help analyse and segment our existing customer base, improve LTV and attract more users.

  • Understand the Steampunk Stop brand voice and tone, working with our content and design teams to deliver across campaigns.

  • Be capable of both big picture thinking and detail.

  • Have proven project management skills.

  • Although you will have a decent budget at your disposal, you will be focussing mostly on ‘Growth Hacking’ your way to success.

  • Working alongside various departments to understand our customers, optimise all aspects of our marketing, deliver innovative campaigns and build solid top-line growth.

  • Regularly report to the Management Team on targets and progress.

You should be:

  • Analytical, ambitious and creative.

  • A voracious reader of books, ideas, blogs and industry news.

  • An energetic self starter with a good sense of humour.

  • A great communicator with excellent negotiation skills.

  • A people person.

  • An innovative thinker.

  • Constantly thinking of new ideas and ways to do things

  • Be built with value for money in mind, rather than traditional budget ideas with low ROI (rarely having to trot out the excuse - 'it was a good brand exercise!').

  • Prepared to roll up your sleeves and work hard and smart.

Salary dependent on experience.





Please send your resume and cover letter to

Steampunkstop Sizing Chart

Steampunkstop Size Chart

Corset Size Chart

Sizes Bust Waist Hip
Small 34"-36" 26"-28" 36"-38"
Medium 36"-38" 28"-30" 38"-40"
Large 38"-40" 30"-32" 40"-42"
40"-42" 32"-34" 42"-44"
2X large 42"-44" 34"-36" 44"-46"
3X large 44"-46" 36"-38" 46"-48"
4X large 46"-48" 38"-40" 48"-50"
5X large 48"-50" 40"-42" 50"-52"
6X large 50"-52" 42"-44" 52"-54"

Swimsuit Size Chart

Sizes Bust Waist Hip
Small 33"-35" 28"-30" 34"-36"
Medium 35"-36" 30"-32" 36"-38"
Large 37"-39" 32"-34" 38"-40"
X large 39"-41" 34"-36" 40"-42"

Lingerie Size Chart

Sizes Bust Waist Hip
Small 34"-36" 26"-28" 36"-38"
Medium 39"-40" 28"-30" 38"-40"
Large 39"-42" 30"-32" 40"-42"
X large 42"-46" 32"-34" 42"-44"
2X large 46"-48" 34"-36" 44"-46"
3X large 48"-50" 36"-38" 46"-44"
one size 34"-40" 23"-31" 35"-41"


*To convert inches to centimeters, simply multiply by 2.54.


Dress Size Chart

Printable Tape Measure PDF: Download


Measuring for a Steel Corset: How to

Measuring your body for a corset is the same as measuring for a bra, the wrong measurements will be uncomfortable or create bulge no matter how you try and make it work so measure properly; don’t guess and be honest! An off the peg corset is designed to reduce your waist size by 4-5”. If you’re looking for more of a reduction you need to start waist training which takes time as its a permanent waist reduction.

You will need:

  • A straight back
  • Full length mirror 
    1. Stand straight, no holding your tummy in – We want you au-natural darling! The tape should be snug – not tight enough to cause any bulging of your fleshy bits and not loose enough to slip a finger behind. Snug.
    2. Wrap the tape around your waist (the smallest part of your torso; below your ribs and above your hips).

    If you find it difficult to wrap a tape measure around yourself or can’t seem to get the grip of it, use a piece of string, wrap it round you and then measure it straight along a metal tape measure afterwards. this also works if you don’t have a fabric tape measure.

    Alternatively ask a good friend to help or ask at a good tailors or wedding dress shop.

    Now you have your number, we suggest you buy a corset with a 4-5'' reduction, so lets say you have a 28'' waist, you will need to order a 24'' corset, if you measure a 29'' waist we will still suggest a 24'' corset. However do take into account the full measurements of the corset which can be found in the product information section.