Nude pink blazer with draped lapels – ZARA (Buy here)
Bead embellished collar shirt – Topshop (Buy here)
Grey smart trousers – River Island (Buy here)
Light pink mini city bag – ZARA (Buy here)
Light pink pointed heels – ASOS (Buy here)
Black slim blazer – Topshop (Buy here)
Leopard print sleeveless blouse – ZARA (Buy here)
Black pencil skirt – New Look (Buy here)
Beige satchel – River Island (Buy here)
Beaded stud earrings – Oasis (Buy here)
Black pointed courts – River Island (Buy here)
Short striped blazer – ZARA (Buy here)
Grey drop waist tunic dress – Topshop (Buy here)
White pointed heels – ASOS (Buy here)
Grey bag with chain loop detail – ASOS (Buy here)
Silver necklace – River Island (Buy here)
Happy Saturday everyone!
Dressing to impress for an interview plays a major part in making a great first impression at your potential workplace. Obviously, it’s not just what you wear that can make or break an interview – it’s all about confidence, organisation and eye contact.
With that being said, dressing the part is crucial and in an interview situation, it’s best to dress in an appropriate yet stylish way, while still being taken seriously.
Making a great first impression can open new doors so finding that perfect outfit is key. 😉
Which is your fave look?