Dressing up for interviews can be very demanding on our style psyche, sometimes we aren’t sure who will be on the panel or what they might think of the candidate.
If you want to impress anyone and leave a lasting impression on their minds be certain that image plays an important role. Also bear in mind that what you wear to a job interview depends on different business sectors and there are different messages you should send according to the industry.
For what to wear to an interview as an Executive, Legal personnel or Finance expert
The Message you want to convey is one of authority, power and control, to achieve this look you need to use:
Outfits that contrast like a black suit and a crisp white shirt, or a grey suit and a crisp blue shirt
A Hairstyle that sits right in place
A neutral makeup
Nice looking accessories to highlight your outfit
See sample looks on style board for inspiration
The highest level of formality for all gender attending an interview is a black suit worn with a white shirt. When applying for executive positions it is best to aim for this look.
However you may go out of the box and choose neutrals like skyblue, navy, grey offwhite, or olive green,
Remember bold bright colors may not be appropriate to wear to a job interview, they are overpowering and tend to distract interviewers, and leave a wrong impression.
Remember, your only goal is to look professional.
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