Dressing the part for a job interview can be one of the most daunting—and dare we say confusing—tasks to master. With so much advice and “do this, not that” wisdom floating around, the mission for a perfect interview outfit can leave your head spinning. Should you wear prints? What color will make you stand out most? The questions abound. So rather than preach just another tip or two, we editors decided to fess up and dish on what we actually wore to our Who What Wear job interviews. Because, hey, it seemed to work!
Keep reading to find out what we wore to our job interviews at Who What Wear. Plus, shop the looks to get them yourself!
"I remember there were several other girls waiting in the reception area to be called in for their interview for Katherine Power's assistant, which always amps up the anxiety. Despite my nerves, I was proud of my outfit at the time. I wore a navy Zara tuxedo blazer, a vintage silk white blouse, forest green J.Crew trousers, and a pair of navy silk Lanvin heels with ribbon ankle ties. The mismatched yet coordinating suit made me feel confident, which I think played a part in landing my dream job."
Loeffler Randall Medium Tumbled Rider Satchel ($475)
Stuart Weitzman The Queen Pump in Black Suede ($385)
J Brand 811 Photo Ready Mid-Rise Skinny Leg Jeans ($185)
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