A blazer, button-up shirt and pencil skirt are the usual go-to’s for work interviews. While they are fashionably safe, they can be really boring! Inject some personal style to your pre-employment interview with these subtle yet stylish additions:
A Unique Blazer
Black blazers can be boring, especially when you use it every so often. Glam up your work interview attire by choosing a printed blazer over a traditional coat. A checkered blazer, such as the one below, is a safe yet stylish choice.
An Unconventional Top
Buttoned-up tops are appropriate for interviews, but they can be fashionably uninteresting. Rejuvenate your outfit by favoring unconventional tops, such as chambray or denim button-downs.
A Cool Skirt
Pencil skirts are undoubtedly sexy, but they can be too tedious. Add some feminine style to your work interview garb by impressing the interviewer in a midi skirt.
If pencil skirts look good on you, all you need to do is play with texture. Choose a skirt made of leather (or any other unusual material,) just like the one below.
If you are a fan of trousers, then you probably have graced every work interview in classic black pants. Add some zest to your interview outfit by wearing printed slacks. Floral pants are fashionable examples, as long as you choose a cut that is not too tight or legging-like.
A Vibrant Pant Suit
Black pant suits are definitely boring, so add a splash of color by wearing a vibrant set! You will surely make a great impression with a colorful pant suit, such as the burgundy one shown below.
A Statement Necklace
Simple gold or silver necklaces can fade in with your traditional interview outfit. Stand out from the pool by wearing a colorful statement necklace, such as the yellow cascade necklace below.
A Fancy Belt
Add some hardware to your look! Cinch your waist beautifully with an attention-grabbing belt.
Have an interview early in the morning? Protect your eyes from the glistening sunlight in a chic manner by sporting uber-cool sunglasses. Of course, do remember to take it off before the start of the interview.
Say no to the usual black pumps. Dress your feet in visually-exciting pants or sandals.
Work interview attires do not have to be a fashion drab. Be a total looker – and make a good fashion impression – by incorporating these mod add-ons.