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What to Wear For a Job Interview 2011

3 Job Interview Looks Perfect For Any Dress Code

Going in for a job interview is nerve-racking enough as is, and the last thing you want to worry about is your outfit. Not to worry — we've got you covered with three looks perfect for a corporate or creative job interview. If you're unsure of the dress code, we’ve got a great ensemble that gives a hint of personality while still keeping it professional. Show everyone that you mean business on your next job interview in one of these fabulous outfits. On Allison: Topshop dress, Brian Atwood heels, Banana Republic necklace.

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nyclady nyclady 3 years
In an office environment, I would not hire someone who came in wearing such a short skirt or leopard print shoes.  Sorry. 
millsmills millsmills 4 years
my field is creative. i would not wear any of these outfits. open toe shoes? high leopard platform pumps? mini skirts? i just had an interview the other day. i wore a black pant suit from banana rep., a cowl neck top, and black patent wedges. i would not show too much skin, wear too much jewelry, or make up. you should be a bit more conservative on an interview. imo, the old rules still apply. look your best. i do not think these outfits represent looking a polished, professional best. sorry.
millsmills millsmills 4 years
my field is creative. i would not wear any of these outfits. open toe shoes? high leopard platform pumps? mini skirts? i just had an interview the other day. i wore a black pant suit from banana rep., a cowl neck top, and black patent wedges. i would not show too much skin, wear too much jewelry, or make up. you should be a bit more conservative on an interview. imo, the old rules still apply. look your best. i do not think these outfits represent looking a polished, professional best. sorry.
thehivespot thehivespot 4 years
I absolutely LOVE the first and third and would def wear them for my upcoming job interview!!! The second one is a little short for me. I will probably go with one of the other two though...thanks for your video!!
bonnieux bonnieux 4 years
i do not think that these outfits are at all appropriate for an interview. maybe in tv show land they would work, but not the the real world
brigide brigide 4 years
As a creative employer I think that overall the looks are great and would make a good impression on me. However I wouldn't recommend such a short skirt (2nd outfit) or the leopard skin pumps for a job interview - even if they would be suitable for day to day at the office. Better to play it safe and modest at an interview. Short skirts can give the wrong impression for a work environment and leopard skin has a lot of unfavorable connotations to some people even though it is in fashion at the moment - I would recommend something like snake skin instead fashionable but more refined. I would be really impressed with the attention to detailing - such as the back of the jacket on the 3rd outfit etc. In my profession (Interior Design) I would be looking for signs of understanding classic style and working with texture etc. in the way the interviewee dressed. Hope this helps!
Allison-McNamara Allison-McNamara 4 years
does anyone have a big job interview coming up?? what kind of job and which look would you wear, let me know!
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