Dressing for an interview is one of the first ways of making a great impression on a potential/future employer so it’s important that you get it right and we have some tips and ideas of how to do just that.
Most importantly you need to feel comfortable in the clothes you wear and always ensure that you look neat and tidy to give a professional look.
Black trousers are a great interview wardrobe staple. So versatile they can be worn with a shirt, blouse or light-weight jumper on their own for a casual look, or with a blazer for a more formal business look.
A black, navy or grey blazer is a great investment and can be worn with everything from trousers, skirts and even dresses.
A trouser suit worn with a plain t-shirt looks great for a more casual business look.
A statement dress worn with heels or ballet pumps is another great investment. Choose a dress in a classic style, a well fitted shift dress with cap sleeves looks professional, but ensure that you don’t choose a style that’s too short or too low-cut.
A black dress that skims the knees gives a professional business look. Wear with tights and a pair of black heels for a classic look, or choose a pencil skirt and fitted blouse if you prefer separates.