Dressing for interview is much harder
as a woman than it is for a man. There are a wider selection of
clothes and footwear than the standard shirt, tie, suit and black
shoes that generally can't fail for men. Then there are the complications
of make-up and accessories.
Here are a few simple tips to follow when dressing for interview:
1. Old Reliable. It's really important you feel comfortable at
your interview, so it's usually best to go with a tried and tested
outfit that buy something flashy and new that you'll spend two
hours squirming in and fiddling with.
2. Don't rely on your mirror to decide to decide what you're wearing.
Ask a friend - preferably another girl - if you look okay. Do
the night before; if you leave it until the last minute you won't
have time to change your outfit.