How To Dress For Success At A Job Interview

A job interview is stressful as is, so the last thing you want to have to worry about is what to wear. Everyone wants to...

A job interview is stressful as is, so the last thing you want to have to worry about is what to wear. Everyone wants to make a good first impression, and the best way to do that is to dress appropriately for the interview.

The most important thing to keep in mind is creating a look that is both professional and neat, but you should also wear clothes that make you feel confident and comfortable. Don’t overdress, but don’t underdress either! We will guide you to reach a good balance between the two.

Blazer

The blazer is a type of jacket resembling a suit jacket, but cut more casually. You can either wear a blazer formally with trousers, or more casually if you combine it with a pair of dark jeans.

Power Suit

Another one of our favorite looks combines a blazer with matching trousers. This creates a very chic and professional look, and don't feel like you need to limit yourself to the traditional black, blue or grey.

Basic Blouse

Pair a blazer with a blouse in a neutral color for a professional, put together look. A white blouse always works well.

Turtleneck Pullover

A turtleneck is a chic and a classic choice. It is easy to wear under a blazer, and you can get it in many different colors. It's a true wardrobe essential.

Footwear

Depending on the type of interview, you can easily make your outfit more chic or more casual with different kinds of footwear. One way to make your outfit more chic is to add ankle boots to your outfit. There are thousands of ankle boot options; pointed toe or rounded toe, tall shaft or short shaft, suede or leather… They are also comfortable to wear and match almost every outfit! Adding platform shoes to your outfit will give you a more casual look.

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How To Transition To A More Adult Wardrobe

When you reach your mid-twenties, you might find your miniskirts, crop tops and bandage dresses pushed to the back of your closet while you desperately...

When you reach your mid-twenties, you might find your miniskirts, crop tops and bandage dresses pushed to the back of your closet while you desperately search for something nice to wear to a job interview or meeting. Transitioning from a younger, more casual wardrobe to one that is a bit more professional and adult can be tricky, but we've put together some basic essentials every grown-ass woman needs. Check them out below!

Dresses

Replace any see-through, extra tight or cleavage heavy dresses with something more versatile. A good dress will take you from a busy day at the office to a classy date with the right accessories.

Blazers

A blazer instantly makes your look more professional and put together. Say goodbye to your loose-fitting, oversized jackets and opt for something that is fitted just right on your shoulders and torso.

Blouses & Shirts

It's time to move on from crop tops and that t-shirt you have with the sassy quote on it! A nice blouse is great for any professional setting, and they have a loose yet more structured fit if you're feeling bloated but still want to look put together. A crop top won't be quite as forgiving...

Pants

We all love our worn-in jeans and leggings, and there's no reason to say good bye to them just yet. But there are many situations you'll encounter as an adult where you can't wear something so casual. A pair of fitted dress pants will instantly elevate your outfit, and are the perfect alternative for any occasion where jeans just aren't appropriate.

Bags

Donate sparkly handbags, bags covered in brand logos/names, shapeless backpacks and tote bags to a teenage girl in need. It's now time for a chic, timeless bag you'll own for years and can fit all of your essentials in.

Shoes

Make some room among your sneakers, combat boots and those sky-high heels you bought for clubbing for more professional, classic footwear that won't get you a weird look at the office.

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