Have you ever experienced the situation that when you just graduated from college and you attended a job interview, other interviewees wore proper suits but you just wore casual clothes? Did you feel embarrassed? In fact, wear a suit to your interviews shows your sincerity and respect to your interviewer and they would know that you really value this job interview.
I can remember my experience: Once I applied a bank position, everything went well until the interview. The interview told us that we’d better wear formal suit but that was not demanded. I couldn’t find my heels that day so I wore casual clothes, I performance well but I didn’t get the job. I know that’s because I didn’t wear formal suits but others all did. There are more options for women than for men because no matter what color it is, men’s suit seems to be in the same pattern. So this is the reason that I write this article and show feminine suits to job interviews.
Ladies, before you go in for a job interview, think twice before you determine your suit. The following types are presented for you to prepare your important job interviews.
The first type is traditional suit. It is a suit of dark clothes with white blouse inside and suit pants. This is the most common pattern. The single breasted suit coat with one or two exquisite buttons is the most popular style. Find a suit that perfectly fits your waist and shoulder. Match a pair of black high-heeled shoes will makes you look taller and feminine.
In fact, only in some given jobs such as bank and customer service, you should wear traditional suits, because traditional suits are always serious. If you apply for some fashion positions such as apparel stylist or designer, you should wear trendy suit to show your fashion awareness. But that doesn’t mean you can wear whatever you like, you can mix up your fashion idea with feminine suit. You still wear blouse and suit but you can pay more attention on trendy accessories, shoe selection and jewelry.
In summer, you can choose a pretty vivacious skirt with a blouse. Avoid miniskirts because no matter your interviewer is a man or woman, they don’t want their staffs are flirtatious, this can be a risk. Skirt can express your feminine style. You can match your skirt with a pair of high-heeled shoes, but your shoes shouldn’t make a noise when you walk.
These are my suggestions for women who go in for their job interviews and I hope they can give you some help.