Job Interview Chic Take Two

Job Interview Chic Take Two

We’ve all been there. Whether it’s for a part-time summer job, or a full-time professional career, job interviews can be intimidating. Figuring out what to wear to an interview to make that strong first impression can be especially frustrating for some.

Although every workplace is different, it is essential to wear an outfit that is professional, yet also something that has a hint of personality.

For a corporate job interview, it is important to dress appropriately by keeping your ensemble simple. But don’t be afraid to spark interest with small details.

Photo Credit: Bergdorfgoodman.com
Photo Credit: Bergdorfgoodman.com

This peter pan collared dress is trendy and eye-catching, yet simple enough to wear to a corporate environment. This dress is a basic piece that gives you a slim silhouette, and the red belt gives the outfit a pop of color. For shoes however, a black or nude pump might be more professional and sophisticated.

If you’re interviewing for a more creative or relaxed job, you have a little more room to play with fun textures and colors.

Photo Credit: heythereprincessblog.blogspot.com
Photo Credit: heythereprincessblog.blogspot.com 

This uptown tweed jacket can play up any work outfit with its interesting texture and various pops of color. The black pleated skirt helps you stay on trend, and a simple white button-down blouse ties the whole look together.

Photo Credit: Streetwearuk.com
Photo Credit: Streetwearuk.com

Show some TLC to your feet with these nude, suede wedges that will look gorgeous with almost any outfit. The adjustable strap adds extra support and also makes the shoe slightly more professional.

-Elisha Hahm

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