You know, this is a hard one to dress for. I'm not gonna lie. You have to be professional, yet yourself. Appropriate, yet still keep that part of you that makes you, you. So today I'm going to give you some tips and tricks to dress for that dreaded interview and hopefully help you out a bit.
I believe this girl above has it down. As you can tell, she's not showing a lot of skin, but still looking stylish and classy.
Important Tip: Ladies, please no low tops or high skirts, let me tell you, the person you are interviewed by is not going to give you the job because of your showing assets, rather turn you away like a hurricane.
Following up from that last important tip, if you are going to wear a skirt that is a ways up from your knee, pair with black tights to make you look more professional.
Not a skirt or dress kind of girl? No problem. A nice pair of dress pants can go a long way while still looking professional. I would say black and grey would be your best bet. Pairing with a white blouse like the one shown above and a pair of black pumps will perfect your look.
When it comes to interviews, a nice blazer can speak volumes. Not only is it appropriate attire for an interview, but it adds class and a powerful strong vibe that your employer will notice right away. If you are against the statement black blazer, try another color. Just make sure it's nothing too "Out there." And also make sure to keep it simple with a white button up or white blouse under it. (Remember, not too low)
In all honesty, the best tip I can give you is to be yourself. Remember that while the interviewer does want you to be professional and honest, make sure you don't let him or her forget that your not a robot. You have personality. You are unique. And that's what makes you right for the job, am I right?
What have you worn or are going to wear to an interview? Have any other helpful tips? Comment below!