While everyone always raves about how college is the best four years of your life, ultimately college is just a transition from high school to the real world. That being said, the impressions you make on potential employers are one of the most important things you can do during your four years at school and while you may be able to act the part you need to be able to dress the part as well.
This Fashionista was spotted on the way to an interview in a pair of nice black jeans, a black peplum blouse, a red blazer and black Tory Burch ballet flats. She then accessorized her outfit with a black statement necklace and a simple gold bracelet.
This Fashionista could not have put together a better outfit for an interview if she tried. Her peplum blouse was, both, sliming and sophisticated and its high neckline gave this Fashionista a modest look, which is a necessity when it comes to interviews. Her blazer helped to cover her shoulders and the red coloring added that nice pop of color that every outfit needs. The Fashionista’s black ballet flats were perfect for an interview because they were plain; close toed, and had no heel, which made the Fashionista look very professional and mature. While this Fashionista did accessorize, she did it minimally, which was perfect for the occasion. Her simple bracelet and statement necklace added detail to her outfit but their simplicity didn’t take away from the rest of her outfit, which is necessary.
Overall, this Fashionista did a wonderful job putting together her outfit for her interview and if her people skills are half as good as her fashion skills she’s sure to get the job!
One Simple Change: While this look is perfect for an interview, by replacing the black ballet flats with a pair of black heels you look, both, mature and fun and this outfit would be perfect for a night out on the town.