Interviews are all about dressing to impress. An interviewer can get to know you through a resume and a job application, but nothing says hello like a rockin’ dress and a monogrammed purse with a pop of color! At an interview, the number one priority is to be taken seriously, so what better way to do that than through fashion?
There is no doubt when it comes to this Fashionista’s style and I love that. Whenever someone looks at you, they should always know what your style is because it represents your personality and is a reflection of who you are.
Since many people tend to take polka-dots overboard, they are a risk in the fashion industry. However, when polka-dots are used correctly, they can be a slam dunk. This Fashionista chose to go a preppier route, perfect for an interview. Preppy looks are more appropriate for interviews because they are conservative, yet tasteful which indicates that you are serious and stylish. The polka-dots give the look a playful feel, ultimately taking the look from boring conservative to young and chic.
This Fashionista’s accessories also play an important role here. Her purse immediately stuck out to me. She chose a hot pink monogrammed tote with navy lettering and a gold zipper. Choosing a bold color was a smart move for this Fashionista because it makes her outfit more playful and shows off her personality. While the dress serves as a basic piece, the hot pink tote and sparkly gladiator sandals indicate that she has a bright, cheery personality.
Interviews can be scary, intimidating and extremely nerve wracking. No need to fear, fashion is here! When in doubt, dress to impress. Having a personal style and wearing clothes you feel confident in will immediately boost your self-esteem. Surprisingly, this will also immediately impress the people you are most nervous about meeting. As scary as this may seem, the most important thing you can do is feel confident. So, wake up in the morning and approach that closet with confidence!
One Simple Change: Fancy date night? Ditch the gladiator sandals and pop on a pair of colored stilettos!