It is typical of interviewers to form perceptions about the “type” of person you are by the kind of clothes you wear. Your choice of colours and clothing, along with your personal presentation skills, can make or break your first impression at a job interview. So, thanks to the lovely folks at Amazon Fashion, we have put together 7 looks that will help you nail that job interview. Now whether it's a corporate job you’ve applied for, or for the post of a public relations person, we’ve got you covered. No more #KyaPehnu woes!
1. The Marketing Pro
A smart white blazer with a pencil skirt, a fitted shirt, heels and a chronograph watch are sure to make you the life of every meeting. And nothing is more important than being everyone’s favourite when you’re in marketing.
2. The Corporate Exec
Corporates usually demand formal clothing, but that doesn’t have to necessarily mean boring. This blue blazer goes well with tan trousers, a nude bag, nude heels and a watch (to match your blazer).
3. The Smart Banker
When you think bankers, you think bespectacled nerds with their heads buried in a file, right? Wrong! Make a statement in this monochrome blazer, tan heels, a formal bag and smart trousers.
4. The Fashion Writer
Fashion writers have got to be on top of their game! Pick clothes that show off your figure and are trendy at the same time. This pencil skirt with an embellished top, heels and a tote is on fleek!
5. The Teacher
If your workplace demands ethnic wear - a plain kurta, paired with a jacket keeps it formal-yet-stylish. Add heels, and a formal bag to keep that movie date promise post work.
6. The Law Firm Genius
Exude power and charm the courtroom in a neat turtleneck top and comfy pants. Add thick heels, a subtle watch and a messenger bag to stay on top of your game!
7. The Photographer
The first priority for any photographer slogging it out in different weather conditions everyday is comfort. A jumpsuit, paired with moccasins, a scarf, a metal-strap watch and a leather bag, are sure to withstand any weather!
*This is a sponsored post for Amazon Fashion.
Published on Dec 23, 2015