Rachel Zane, the star paralegal from the mega famous series Suits is known for her killer outfits. Her signature style; a pencil skirt, combined with a blouse, a buttoned up shirt, or a cardigan, makes us want to work in an office everyday just so we can wear her outfits on a daily basis.
Congratulations, you have landed a job interview! You have your CV and cover letter updated, you have questions prepared, and the only thing left is to decide what to wear. It’s very important that you get your interview attire right, as you only have one chance to make a first good impression. Here are some interview attire outfit ideas to help you nail your interview attire (the rest is up to you!)
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Sometimes it seems as though men have it easier when following a set dress code; they put on a suit and they’re all set. If the situation is formal, they add a tie. If it's less formal, they lose the tie. But what about us women? What should we wear? A suit and tie? Sure! Why not?
Trench coats definitely aren’t just for the boys! This popular style of men’s outerwear is one that has seamlessly transitioned into the world of women's wear and is here to stay. Trench coats look equally amazing on women, giving them an air of elegance and class. Even though this was originally a men’s military coat (the name literally originated from the trenches of World War I), it somehow doesn’t look the least bit masculine or even androgynous. It’s a timeless design that has stood the test of time, so you know you’ll be reaching for yours again and again!
This collection is inspired by the harmony between organic and architectural shapes and materials. Natural rich hues like mustard, terracotta and olive green coexist with calm colors like nude, beige or off-whites.