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We’re living through hard times for nearly 2 years now. Even though it may be bitter cold, we’re forced to work from home – I’ve always dreamt of that. But it just doesn’t measure up to what I imagined. We miss personal contact and we miss the change of pace, otherwise, we got fired. No matter how you end up in a one-hour crisis situation, there’s always a way out. If you don’t want to get stressed out during your job search, a couple of outfit ideas could help you make an impressive first impression on your potential employer. Set back and relax as we get you covered with the ideas of what to wear for a job interview in the winter.
What To Wear For a Job Interview In The Winter
One of the most popular posts so far was Work capsule wardrobe, but to have that kind of capsule wardrobe we need to get a job and go through an interview. You’d think that you’d be over the moon at getting a new job, but in reality, the interview process can sometimes be an equally stressful affair. We have a few minutes to impress someone and it needs to be soo good that they give us a job. But let’s be honest, the person doesn’t take only our knowledge, they will judge us what they can see by our overall look as well. I know it’s sad but it’s life. There’s no need to panic when it comes to your outfit choice – we’re here to help! It’s understandable if you’ve had your eye on this job for ages and have been stuck at home waiting by the phone, but now that you’ve finally snagged it you have to get prepared for your winter weight interviews. Here are some outfit ideas that’ll keep you stylish and make sure you command the attention of those who matter! Don’t forget to wear your best clothes but the brands shouldn’t be visible. It can give a wrong impression.
Do and don’ts of job interview attire?
Always wear a pair of clean trousers, but don’t overdo it with the formalities. Maybe throw in a sweater or blazer, maybe even those classic work boots – just be sure to keep things cute; this is an interview after all! And please, avoid wearing any colours that give you an ‘aggressive’ appearance in terms of aggressive hues; you don’t need to look like someone who could scare little kids away. Go for something more soft and quiet as best you can! Otherwise, go for something simple and professional that’s more of a standard go-to outfit.
A Bit More Casual Dress Code For an Interview
If one’s job is of a more casual nature, it’s probably best to keep things simple. If one must wear jeans, they should be black and never torn up. Even better is if one can keep things professional by dressing in smart trousers or a nice top, although if it gets too stuffy black jeans are permissible with no see-through tops, please. Always try to make sure the cleavage is covered as cleavage will get you noticed for all the wrong reasons!
Wearing Layers For an Interview
When we talk about looking professional and lovely on the outside, we still would like to be and also we need to be warm enough to bear the winter cold. In this case, the layers are the key. Under the top, you can wear a tank top/cami top or under the sweater stick the simple t-shirt. By wearing the blazer on top you will look professional but you stay warm too.
Hope this little inspiration gives you more confidence for your important day. I am sure you are the best for the job, and by dressing right you show it to your future employer straight away. I wish you all the best.
If you like more visual inspiration have a look at my other styling posts or Pinterest is a great source of inspiration.
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