10 things you should never wear to a job interview
A job interview is one of the most high-stress situations any of us are ever likely to find ourselves in. But the old adage still stands: fail to prepare, prepare to fail. You may not be able to control exactly how the meeting itself goes, or even whether you get the job. But, as with most things in life, if one is dressed correctly, everything else is more likely to run just a little bit smoother.
How often has wearing the right shoes only for the heavens to open later in the day made you feel like the most powerful person in the world? Job interviews follow the same thought process. If you're dressed right, everything else that's thrown your way will feel a bit easier to manage.
Certainly, you don't want to be the person sitting there tugging her skirt down or wishing you'd gone ever so slightly more/less formal. Here are our top tips from industry experts, focusing on the ten biggest no-nos when it comes to dressing for a successful job interview: