This might come a bit late for you but hope you get this before! ^^
I always think of the place first when going to an interview. Might sound very plain to say this on a style forum, but interviews are about getting the job!
Unless the job is for a fashion magazine or smth, I would concern about fitting in more than my personal style.
You can always dress how you like when you get the job ;)
PS. H&M always has tanks me thinks.posted almost 6 years ago
I have to agree with MiuSan. Think first of where you are applying and dress from there. I do however, agree that those are some great trousers to wear and the rest of your outfit seems good as well, judging from your description. I wouldn’t worry too much about finding that one v-neck tank top. If you can’t find it, wear a cardigan, or a blazer. Just make sure you are as prepared for the interview and not just dressed for one. Best of luck!posted almost 6 years ago
My dad always advised me to dress the same way the employees are dressed. That way the interviewer can practically picture you working there.
I wouldn’t recommend dressing up your work attire too much. Professional work usually requires a conservative dress code. I believe wide-leg trousers with a long button-down dress shirt, heels, a blazer, and very simple accessories will be fine. But the wool V-neck tank sounds like a good alternative though, but I don’t think rolling up sleeves would be appropriate for an interview. It looks less professional, even if it might look cuter to you.posted over 5 years ago