Finding what to wear to a job interview has become more and more difficult. Employers don’t expect you to dress all corporate since the workplace has become increasingly casual in most industries. Few industries still expect their interviewees to dress corporate, but if your industry doesn’t, what then can you wear to get your dream job. Here are points you should consider when choosing your job interviewing outfits (Followed by the ideal look you want to achieve.)
Trendy vs. Classic
Your idea of trendy might not match the interviewer’s perspective on what’s fashionable, so you have to be careful with what you wear for your interview.
A classic interview suit or outfit appropriate for your career field or industry that will last for years is a better investment than the latest trendy attire that will only last a season.
Your Social vs. Your Professional Presence
What you wear to hang out with your friends should not be worn when you go for a job interview. n fact, your professional presence may be very different from your personal presence, and that’s fine. They don’t have to mesh – you can have a closet full of fun clothes and a wardrobe of work clothes.