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Fab Finding Follow Up: Intern Interview

You're meeting with a magazine editor about taking a possible internship at her company (nice!). Originally, you were supposed to grab some coffee with her, but now she switched things up on you and wants you to meet her at her office.

You've got to pull something together that looks professional and gives a perfect first impression — you want her to know you've got style!

I started you off with these Urban Outfitters Etched Glass Drops ($24) because they are cool and full of personality. Let's see what you all came up with!

Look # 1, created by flutterpie, is professional and simple, but it's far from boring! The yellow coat and print dress definitely have personality.

To see a couple more,


Look # 2, created by elanakat, is ultra sophisticated. The cardigan keeps you warm, covers you up, and dresses the ensemble down a little.

Look # 3, created by WhiplashGirlchild, is a more daring option. The poet sleeves, white tights, and green bag could definitely make a statement, if you pull it off with confidence!

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sirichatk sirichatk 8 years
love the earring
flutterpie flutterpie 9 years
oh and im getting that yellow coat!
flutterpie flutterpie 9 years
whip-i love your outfit especially the shoes and the bag, i had alot of fun with this one. thanks guys!
Fab_Kitty Fab_Kitty 9 years
I agree, anniemation. The earrings Fab picked are so deco-chic!
anniemation anniemation 9 years
those earrings are so cute. i think i like the second outfit best, but the yellow coat in the first outfit has a sort of wonderfully restrained 'wow' factor about it.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
They are all awesome! But I think my fav is #1 :)
Shopaholichunny Shopaholichunny 9 years
FAB outfits! Congrats!
mommie mommie 9 years
I love those green earings.
NurseDeAnna NurseDeAnna 9 years
I just bought the skirt that I put in my intern interview look. I'm stoked. Of course, it's AA and only 34 bucks, cant go wrong.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Cute! But I have to say you can look uber professional and sophisticated minus a suit-AND get the job. :)
emalove emalove 9 years
I completely agree that suits are the most professional interview attire for most career fields. I think that's pretty much a given...most recruitors/job coaches will tell you that. However, I also agree that if you work in a creative field, you need to show your style and creativity at the interview. And a suit probably isn't the best option then. So I think these outfits are great and would work perfectly if it was an interview for a job in the fashion or arts industry.
mels9573 mels9573 9 years
As someone who works in magazines, if you come into interview for an internship in a suit, you might not get it. Magazines like it when you're stylish, polished, and put together. The flutterpie outfit is perfect. Actually, I like all of them!
lizzylu49 lizzylu49 9 years
Love the looks, the only problem being that an intern probably couldn't afford the first two :)
jasmint jasmint 9 years
Jillz, I agree these aren't as "professional" as a suit would be, but I don't think suits need be the only option for an interview, especially if it's in a creative field (say if this were for a design or fashion magazine).
Jillz1128 Jillz1128 9 years
I think these looks are cute, but they are not really professional enough for an interview. All my bosses and the career center say to always wear a suit for an interview, no matter where
hollister-chick hollister-chick 9 years
awesome job everyone!
emalove emalove 9 years
Great job, ladies!! I love them all, especially Flutterpie's. The yellow coat is fabulous.
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