Interview Your Look: What to Wear to a Job Interview

Wendy's Lookbook, interview outfit, print blouse with blazer and black pants
There are lots of rules on what and what not to wear to an interview, depending on your age and industry. This can make it difficult to dress top notch, making an amazing first impression. Here are tips to dress appropriately dress yet stylish and modern for any interview.

People tend to shy away from prints for an interview. A printed blouse, in pastels or small consistent print, paired with a solid blazer makes this look stylish, but not too distracting. Pair it with dark pants and close-toed heels for professional polish.

Styling the same color blazer and pants, though not a matching set, or two tones in a complimentary color-such as gray with navy, or green with yellow, adds modern flare. Intermix textures with design styles (cropped sleeves, embellishments- zippers, buttons, statement sleeves) to stand out.

 

 

 

Wendy Nguyen of Wendy’s Lookbook.

Be the polished professional in a print pencil skirt and white blouse. Don’t be afraid to make your interview outfit  stand out with color popping accessories.

A bold color high heel or embellished tote instantly give you head-to-toe style, making you look put together and knowledgeable.

Of course, you can never go wrong with a pantsuit. Whether classic, colorful, or printed, a well-tailored pantsuit takes you from a conservative environment to a creative one, all in how you style it.

Print blouses, deep bold color tops make your suit stand out. Accessorize with a beautiful bag and jewelry to pull this classic-chic interview outfit together.

Don’t waste space in your closet with boring work attire and interview outfits. Choose pieces that will intermix from weekends to excelling at your new job. Be bold in how you intermix prints at the office to an interview.

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*Written by Brea McCormick.

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