Got an interview swiftly approaching and simply cannot decide on something to wear? I can help.

 
 
It can be quite nerve-racking when you are trying to pick out the perfect outfit for a big interview. First impressions are everything and the way you initially present yourself says a lot. I have compiled a number of different outfits for a few various job interviews. This is just a broad guideline, so please feel free to mix and match as you please!
 
 
Administrative/ Secretarial

For this look, I think you shouldn’t be too dressy. A skirt would be perfect with a pretty top neatly tucked in. Don’t over accessorize – just a simple silver bracelet or some pearl earrings. Don’t have a flashy purse either, you want to look professional, but also approachable. Add a cute little blazer to match and your look is complete. 
 
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Instructional
 
 
If you are trying to get a job in the education field, I would say it is okay to be a little more dressy in this case. I would suggest a dress, or a skirt, that goes past your knees with a flowy blouse that shows absolutely no cleavage. Match with a beautiful handbag, some simple heels, and some pretty jewelry and you are set.
 
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Sales and Marketing
 

With this ensemble, I would suggest an outfit that shows you know what you want. With sales, you have to present yourself well, in addition to performing to the best of your abilities. These two attributes coupled with a positive attitude will be sure to nail you that job. I would suggest a beautiful pencil skirt with some traditional black pumps and a matching black blazer. Match this outfit with a beautiful and bold bag and you will be sure to nail the interview!
 
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Public Relations
 

Flashy is the best policy. Maybe I have watched Sex and the City too much with Samantha Jones sporting her best Gucci shoes and Chanel earrings, but I believe it is essential to over accessorize and wear your most expensive heels for this type of interview. The main thing I would advise is not wear too much makeup or perfume, that would just make a lovely look a little tacky. 
 
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Fashion Industry

This is where I would suggest going all out. Wear your best accessories and your amazing heels. You want to create a bold statement with your outfit, giving the impression that the world is yours. The fashion industry is much more liberated than most other industries, where you can reveal your creativity through your outfit. I would suggest a bold nail polish to complete the look!
 
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Technical
 
 
This is an industry that has a very ‘get down to business’ look so you don’t want to be too flashy. I would suggest a pair of pants, a pretty blouse, and some flats. Match with a small handbag and some simple earrings and you are ready. I also suggest wearing your hair back to give a neat and polished look. Bring a sweater as well, since most of those office buildings are freezing. 
 
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Creative Arts
 
 
Similar to the fashion industry, a career in creative arts also has a much more liberating style. Whether you are going to be an art curator, art teacher, or a gallery attendant, you will be sure to rock the interview. I would suggest some three inch heels, nothing too high and overwhelming. A flowy and simple dress with a light blazer and an airy scarf. Adorn some simple earrings and wear your hair in loose curls. Something about even describing this outfit makes me want to go to a museum so I can sport this look! 
 
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Enjoy looking classy, ladies
xoxo
 
(All outfits compiled by yours truly on polyvore.com)