What to Wear: Job Interview

Stumped on what to wear to your first interview post-graduation? We have some suggestions.

Your resume is impeccably written, and you have a memorized spiel on why you'd make a fantastic employee. But did you know that your overall look also plays a huge part in nailing your dream job? Here’s how you can make corporate dressing smart, yet totally fun.



Smart Casual
A neutral-toned shift dress is a great investment for the office. The A-line cut is a classic shape and flatters just about any body type.

Dress, P1,435, Forever 21
Tweed blazer, P2,055, Forever 21
Bag, P2,799, Charles and Keith
Cap-toe heels, P1,399.95, Primadonna



 

Easy on the Eyes
Replace your tailored jacket with a sheer button-down shirt—just make sure you wear a nude camisole underneath. Your ensemble will still look streamlined, without being too serious.

Orange sheer top, P1,025, Forever 21
Orange pants with studs, P1,025, Forever 21
Snakeskin bag, P2,999, Charles and Keith
Peeptoe heels, P1,799.95, Primadonna


Print-tastic!
You can totally get away with wearing prints, but stick to one. Understated pieces—like this subtle snakeskin-sleeved top—can still be office-appropriate, yet trendy.

White top, P900, Daisy Jane
Cotton pencil skirt, P650, Daisy Jane
White bag, P2,799, Charles and Keith
Beige pumps, P1,119.95, Primadonna

 

Photography: Jico Joson
Styling: Tracy Ayson

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