Finding the right clothes for a job interview can be a pain, so we’ve listed some trendy items for guys and gals to wear.
For our entrepreneurial issue, we’re helping you to dress the part for that dream job. Obviously, the interview and what you say is important, but so is dressing right for the role. You want to prove you can be professional and stylish, so we’ve picked out the essential staples to get you looking killer.
For the ladies, it’s always best to go smart and slightly casual. There’s the obvious two piece suits you can get, and pencil skirts with a clean, crisp shirt etc. but if you want to mix it up, take a look at our picks.
This is the perfect contrast blazer for a monochrome look.
Contrast lapel blazer, Miss Selfridge – £45
Slim leg trousers mix up the usual trouser suit perfectly!
Slim leg zip trousers, Miss Selfridge – £38
A bright red colour that contrasts well with the white blazer is very chic!
Sleeveless collar trim shirt, River Island – £22
Flats show you are practical and smart. Nude goes well with everything!
Nude Jelly Loafers, Office – £25
A dress makes a good alternative to having to pick separates, and these colours are perfect for spring…
Geometric combination shift dress, Zara – £35.99
For the men, a suit would be your best bet! Check out these top three picks for your dapper selves.
A grey suit never fails to please… (drooling)
British Fabric Collection grey tailored fit suit, Next.
Jacket, £120 | Trousers, £69 | Shirt, £28 | Tie, 22
Blue is also a good colour choice!
Super Slim Fit Limited Collection Suit, Marks & Spencer – £79.20
And then there’s the obvious, yet still stylish black!
Slim Fit Limited Collection 2 Button Suit, Marks & Spencer – £60
We hope our picks for your interview lead to job success! Don’t forget though, that you need to dress for the job you’re applying for, therefore these choices may not be perfect for you! Common sense and a good fashion style will get you far, but in the meantime, chase your dreams; good luck!