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What To Wear For a Job Interview: Ladies

Special thanks to My Chameleon.

“Regardless of the role, it's important to look polished,” My Chameleon owner Giselle Farhat says. “Be sure to select an ensemble that makes you feel confident and at ease. The interview is all about how you present yourself and your personality.”

Look 1: Corporate Chic

The bootleg cut on the pants and streamlined jacket make for a modern update on the classic suit. This look would work well for a management, marketing or sales role.

“While appropriate for a business meeting at a large firm, this look still shows an element of personality and creativity.” Giselle explains.

The sharp ensemble is balanced out with a crisp oxford shirt, pointed pumps and leather shoulder bag, which can be converted into a backpack.

Bootleg pants, Medine blazer and shirt by Atea, leather bag by MM6 by Maison Martin Margiela, pumps by Isa Tapia.

Look 2: Creative

If you're going for a role in a design-focussed company, perhaps fashion or advertising, this look is both chic and sophisticated.

“The voluminous karate pant shows a creative side,” Giselle says, “While its pairing with the drape tee and patent oxford demonstrate a sense of refinement and polish.”

The final touch is a blue clutch from Jerome Dreyfuss, both clean and considered.

Drape Tee by Christopher Esber, karate pant by Tome, oxford brogues by Dieppa Restrepo, pouch by Jerome Dreyfuss

Look 3: Approachable & Attentive

“This ensemble suits a 'casual' job environment like a cafe or book store,” Giselle explains, “A striped tee paired with a tailored pant and sleek loafer creates a fresh and approachable look, traits that are especially important when working in hospitality.”

Cap the look off with a perfect denim jacket, like this one from RI3.

Striped tee and jacket by R13, trousers by Apiece Apart, loafers by Dieppa Restrepo.

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