I don’t live in the UK but I would suggest a nice blouse with trousers or a high waisted pencil skirt. You can never go wrong with that. And then put your spin one it with accessories, just don’t overdo it. good luckposted about 6 years ago
picture yourself 20 years from now in your dream job….
imagine what you would wear for that.
dress for the postion you want someday not for the one your applying too.
keep it professional. nice skirt, maybe some pants, and a profesional top, no cleaveage and if you can avoid showing off your shoulders go for that. a belted top, a cute button down can work perfectly. as for accesories if the outfit is neutral go with a hint of color in your accesories. keep it cute but simple.
Yeah I agree with oliviadeathstain. You should dress professional but fashionable without showing too much skin. I would go with high waisted skirt with a blouse. Or a nice shirt with high waisted skirt with blazers. Blazers give you that professional look you might be wanting to have for an interview. Afterall they want to hire someone who knows and even look like they know what they’re doing. Good luck, love!posted about 6 years ago
Hmmmm I’ve only been an interviewer in a corporate setting, but here are my thoughts… If stylish is appropriate (in other words, they are not a bunch of sticks in the mud), have some fun with accessories. You can play up a basic skirt/suit that way. Check out my blog post on Interview Styles
Good luck!!!!!!!posted about 6 years ago