What do you feel when you know you’ll have a job interview in a few days? Are you just a chill kind of person like “It’s okay, I can slay that job interview.” or you’d be like “OMG what will I wear? How will I practice? Is this attire appropriate? Do I look professional? Do I look cheap?” Calm down, calm down. We know how important job interviews are. That’s why we want to look the best when we’re attending one. The question is, what should you wear? Cause your physical appearance is the first thing the interviewers will notice. And we want to leave the best impression, don’t we?
Long gone are the days when we always think blazers and straight-leg pants will save the day. Now we can wear fashionable and trendy clothes and look professional at the same time. Yes, you can incorporate some modern style into your outfit! Here are some of the things you should keep in mind when you’re choosing clothes to wear for a job interview.
Just remember that whatever you chose to wear, always be confident about your ability to get the job!
1. Wear comfortable clothes.
Okay, first of all, you should wear clothes that make you feel comfortable so you won’t end up pulling on your clothes, or look uneasy. Wear simple long-sleeved shirts with light colors and pair it with black pants, or white clothes to make you look clean.
2. Don’t wear too much.
Sometimes, overthinking about it make it worse. You might overdress or put the wrong clothes on. Just always keep in mind that simplicity is the way to go. Do not overdress. And your heels must not be too high.
3. Keep it clean and tidy.
We all know that it is important to look clean and tidy. Make them think that you’re serious about the job and you actually prepared well for it. Be sure to remove your nail polish if you have, trim your nails, press your clothes, make sure that there are no creases, and clean your shoes.
4. You don’t need to wear high heels. Slip on comfy shoes.
Yup, wearing high heels can boost anyone’s confidence. But don’t make yourself miserable by wearing high-heeled shoes if you’re not used to them. It’s okay to wear comfy shoes than stumbling with high heels on. You can still be confident with the right pair of shoes.
5. Black and white is the key.
Keep it classy with black and white. Color white looks neat, and black adds character to your physical appearance.
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