How To: Dress For a Job Interview.

One of the questions I get asked frequently is what to wear to a job interview. While what matters most is what you say and what is on your resume, how you dress matters more than you'd think. Here are some helpful tips:

1. Pick a classic- Blazers are a must for all interviews. They are fashionable, chic, clean-cut, and professional. This is an item that every girl (and boy) should have in their closet.
2. Pick one trend- Show that you know this season's trends. Whether it be decorative prints, socks, or a nice shade of lipstick,  be sure you don't over-do it because that may look like you're trying too hard. Instead, pair them with timeless pieces such as a solid tube skirt or trousers.
3. No logos- Try to stay away from logos. Yes it's important to know designers, but flashing them all over may seem as though you're showing off. Keep it simple.
4. Wear something vintage- Going to an interview does not require you to wear all new pieces. There are great classic vintage pieces that you can find that will show you really know how to find gems in the rough.

5. What to avoid- Avoid anything that is too tight or short, or reveals too much cleavage. Clothing that is costume-y or flashy, pantyhose, or anything that can be seen as too casual is a no-go. Though sweat pants are in this season, they are not interview appropriate. Just stick with classics and a few in-season trends and you're good to go.
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  1. suchh cute stuff and great advice as always sash :)

  2. Thank you for your visit!

    Love all items in this post!

    Well I can be your 99th follower!
    Would love you to follow back!

    Happy weekend!

  3. Definitely agree on the first tip. One should always wear a blazer. It is much better to overdress than underdress.


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