How to dress for an interview

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Interviews aren’t what they used to be.

Gone are the days when it was all white shirts and black trousers. I don’t own a white shirt because I have no use for them, I think the pairing of white shirts and black trousers is dull. It may look smart but there’s no harm in thinking outside the box.

I’ve been to my fair share of interviews and I’ve always loved picking out my outfits for them.

It’s always dependent on the type of job. I’ve been interviewed to be a research assistant, a secretary, a care assistant, a cleaner, a funeral director. The different roles call for different attire, at least I think so anyway.

I thought I would share some of my past interview outfits.

 

I think a smart jacket it always a great place to start and it can then be teamed with a dress or a top and trousers.

I still tend to stick to quite conservative colours, I wouldn’t turn up to an interview in a bright pink dress and stiletto heels. Mainly because that’s not something I would ever wear anyway, as much as I would love it, I’m not Elle Woods.

Just remember to keep it smart-casual and comfortable, the last thing you want in a nervous situation is to be even more fidgety!

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next week, next year. Stop planning, start doing πŸ™‚

 

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