What to Wear to a Job Interview

What to Wear to a Job Interview


The job interview is one situation when the first impression is definitely the most important. But you don’t want what you’re wearing to take centre stage. You shouldn’t really wear a leather skirt to a corporate law firm, or a full-on suit to interview at a brand new start-up. With that in mind, I’ve posted below my thoughts on what to wear to a job interview — whether the interview is for a corporate, creative or start-up position.


Remember KISS— keep it streamlined and simple.


They’re likely looking for personality here, so go for something a little more fun and, well, you.


For this interview, best to tone down the fashion with a capital F and remind everyone you’re here because of what’s in your head, not on your shirt.


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Alethea Robinson

Founder & Blogger-in-Chief, See Girl Work

Alethea Robinson is a freelance marketing & content writer who provides content strategy, blogging, and writing & editing services for creative agencies and small to medium-sized businesses. In addition to her freelance business, Alethea is also founder and blogger-in-chief at See Girl Work, an online community for creative, entrepreneurial-minded women. Before starting her blog and freelance business, Alethea worked in marketing and communications for over 15 years.


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