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How To: Dress For An Interview

Interviewing for a job is stressful enough, whether it’s your first job, your dream job or anything in between. The last thing you need is to add more anxiety in the mix by worrying about your outfit leading up to the big day.

A few things to remember when it comes to nailing your interview look:

Dress For The Job You Want: It’s important to dress for the job you’re interviewing for, within reason, of course. Think about the greater industry you’re looking to get into and go from there. Ask around, stalk on Instagram, it’s all fair game. Consider it market research.

Be Confident: Confidence is key. Maybe your signature look is an expertly-tailored pantsuit with a silky blouse underneath, but you noticed a lot of the current employees wear dresses. Don’t wear a dress – wear that pantsuit instead! Do what makes you feel amazing so you can show up looking and feeling your best.

Don’t Panic!: You should give your interview outfit some thought, but don’t go crazy.

Here are our go-to interview pieces so you can get back to preparing and focusing on the important part – the interview.

A Blazer:

You can’t go wrong with a good blazer. When in doubt, a blazer will always give off a more professional aesthetic. Bright colors tend to come across more casual and darker and neutral colors keep it formal.

A Blouse:

Blouses are great for a look that’s more elevated, depending on what type of interview you’re going in for. They’re the perfect way to give your outfit some thought without going overboard or looking like you’re trying too hard. These blouses go perfectly with nice pants or a skirt, too.


Trousers are a great way to always look polished and put together. Finding the perfect pair will always be a plus even after you land the job.

Mules and Pumps:

Mules and Pumps add a bit of height and make any outfit look more formal without trying too hard.






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