Now that you’ve made it through the journey of updating your résumé and cover letter all the way to the final round of interviews, it’s time to think about what to wear. The hiring process is stressful enough as it is, but dressing for it doesn’t have to be. You’ve already landed the interview and have proven that you have the right skills for the job. Now, it’s all about showing them who you are. We may be biased, but better way to do that than through your wardrobe?
Whether you’re dressing for a more creative and casual company or you’re interviewing for a major firm, there’s a perfect outfit for that. To take away the extra pressure of what you’re going to wear, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite looks that are interview-ready. Get inspired to dress for the job that you want because there’s no doubt you’ll be feeling cool and confident.
Layer a midi skirt over tall boots for a cool look.
Play with contrasting colors.
Mix prints and textures to create interest.
Cream tones are always flattering.
A tucked-in sweater is never a bad idea.
Who wouldn't want to see an oversized blazer in the office?
Go monochromatic for a polished look.
Turn that summer dress into an office-ready outfit with a turtleneck.
A pussy-tie bow under a blazer is the best kind of vintage-inspired trend.
If you're going black and white, choose varying prints.
Swap that standard black skirt for an unexpected shinier version.
Nothing says business like a matching set.
A plaid pantsuit will easily make you stand out.
This is guaranteed to make you look the part.
Wide-leg pants? Yes, please.
Yes, an all-black outfit can definitely be interesting.
A good boxy blazer is so chic and professional.
Dress up your dress with a streamlined overcoat.
Pair your classic white shirt with statement pants.
Layering up will make a more revealing dress appropriate for the office.
Add a pop of color to your classic prints.
A good skirt paired with a white blouse is always a winner.
Tired of your winter scarf? Try a sweater instead.
A bold blazer will make you so memorable.
Yes, velvet pants can be professional.
Camel is a great color on anyone.
A standout skirt will look great against a white sweater.
Go classic with pinstripe pants and a leather jacket.
Pleated pants mean business.
Red is a major power color.
Relaxed but still polished.
A statement blazer will get you the right type of attention.
Elegant and professional.
Who doesn't love matching their separates?
Wear red like the power woman you are.
Show your personality through a printed skirt.
A pencil skirt is an interview go-to.
Make your accessories the hero pieces.
Simple yet effective.
Bright colors will set the right impression.
They'll easily remember you with this statement coat.
Layering blazers is a chic alternative to a puffy coat.
Play with prints and tones for an eye catching appeal.