We all know that first impressions count, never more so than those in a
job interview. If you’re preparing for an upcoming job interview for a
corporate professional position and wondering what to wear
knowing what’s suitable is often difficult. While you’ll no doubt want
to look your absolute best, sometimes what you think is your ‘best’ is
not always suitable for the corporate
Here are a few DOs and DON’Ts
to help you achieve an appropriate professional corporate look.
keep make-up simple and stick to a natural look. For a
flawless appearance, use a blemish balm to cover irritations and
pimples, or to hide dark circles around the eyes. At the same time, try
keeping your skin nourished and healthy. Take a look at here
to find yourself a suitable product for that. It is important to keep the makeup subtle and natural.
apply heavy eye make-up! A little mascara is more than
enough. Dark rouges and lipsticks are also a no-go for interviews.
Stick to lighter, more natural tones instead. With nail polish, stick
to neutral shades, avoiding bold and shiny colors that look more teenage girls rather than corporate business woman.
Ps..don't throw powder on your face like a babalawo.. see lady in the middle:D
keep your outfit modest! Keeping a healthy balance between
professionalism and style is key. Skirts should be at least
knee-length and blouses not too low cut. Particularly in a male
dominated environment, you want to gain respect from the get-go,
attracting the attention of your potential future colleagues for what
you have to say rather than on how you’re dressed.
|..fiercely decent attire, don't you think!|
| ..if you prefer skirts:)|
It can sometimes
even be a good idea to consult a personal shopper
to help you find the right interview outfit.
wear super high heels. Heels are acceptable, but in
order to guarantee a serious and comfortable look, avoid heels above 3
inches (with the exception of fashion-forward, creative fields). Wedges are also a comfortable option!!
What looks do you advocate for interviews or office?? Do share:)
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