Walking into an interview, I’m sure you want to make sure you dress to impress. However, it might not be so simple as it seems. Finding something that looks professional and also suits your silhouette and personality may be hard to come across. Don’t even get us started on the different types of settings that can either have you wearing something from a casual fit to formal dress code. No need to worry more as we’ve come up with the following outfits that allow you to dress appropriately to score that good impression with your interviewer.
Coming across as knowing how to dress translates to sending the message that you truly understand what’s involved in the role.
Find outfits that fit your look for interviews in any and every type of company.
The Formal Look / Business Interview Attire
Normally a job interview will ask you to present yourself in professional attire. Although keeping this in mind, two things should always be considered. I’m sure you’ve guessed that they have to be comfortable and elegant.
For men, this could translate to a suit and tie attire, a sweater and button down, or even a simple yet elegant shirt and pants. On the other hand, women could wear a statement dress, skirt and pants or a blouse and elegant pants.
Don't forget it's important to stay away from flashy colors or accessories. The most important thing is you, and we only want our clothes to enhance our presence, never distract others from it.
Female Interview Outfits
As mentioned previously, keeping elegance and comfort is key, regardless of the position you’re seeking. Even though your interview attire depends much on the role you are applying to, looking clean and tidy is a no-brainer. Below are some ideas that could be just what you are looking for!
Male Interview Outfits
We know how challenging it is to put your own professional outfit together. Here are some basic tips for men to dress for an interview, work or any professional setting he might encounter.
The first thing to do is to make sure that you have your size correctly. Something too fit will not look professional just as would something too large.
Making sure its just the right fit is crucial. Not only that but playing around with basic colors helps to not seem too rigid while letting a bit of your personality slip through. Just as in the outfit above, buckle up to invest in some comfortable black pants, an airy and comfortable shirt and a reusable blazer that goes well with anything!
Business Casual Attire
If your job is more on the laid-back side, you might wear a business casual outfit. It’s an outfit that’s less formal than a suit, however more formal than, say, a pair of sweatpants, a hoodie and sandals.
Always dressing a bit more professionally than the average worker in your company, gives you some brownie points for effort and tidiness. Here are some ideas to score just that!