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Styling your Interview Outfit to Reflect your Personalit

Going for a job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience in anyone's book. If you haven't been for an interview before, or haven't been for one in some time, it can be an even more daunting prospect. However, there are ways you can build your confidence for that all-important interview, one of which is to dress both appropriately and in a way that reflects your personality.

From power dressing in a pair of stilettos and one of the range of bold blazers for women, to opting for a smart-casual look for that more relaxed finish, you’ll find there are more options than you realise when it comes to interview attire. By choosing your outfit carefully, it can make a big difference to the potential outcome of your interview simply by boosting your confidence and the way you come across.

What to consider when choosing your interview outfit

There are a number of things you need to take into consideration when you are choosing your interview outfit. By doing this you can ensure you make the right choice both in terms of getting across your personality and suitability. Some considerations include the following: 

      Your own personality: You can dress in a way suitable for an interview while also reflecting your personality. All you need to do is think about which part of your personality you want to convey at your interview. For example, if you're quite confident you can opt for bold colours and styles. If, on the other hand, you have more of a laid-back personality, you can go for a casual-but-smart look.

       Consider the type of interview you are going for: In addition to finding colours and styles that suit your personality, you also need to consider the type of interview you are going for. If you are going for a senior management position, you will probably want to fish out something super-smart. However, if you’re going for an interview as a shop assistant you might want to stick to the smart-casual option rather than end up overdressed.

      Remember that you are going to an interview: No matter what your personality is like, you should always keep in mind that you are going to an interview and not to a party or club. No matter how sassy that little black dress or bright red top looks down the local, it's probably not going to make the grade at an interview. So make sure you’re sensible about what you wear. 

By taking all of these things into consideration, you can choose an outfit that says something about your personality while maintaining a professional veneer.

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