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We are in the midst of Graduation season.  Graduates will be soon searching for summer or post-graduate jobs. Besides making sure your resume is intact you want to make your best impression during your job interview.   One way you can help make this happen is picking out the right outfit.   For those who might need a little assistance, I have a few suggestions.



Choose a nice skirt or pair of pants.
You want to look best, but that doesn’t mean you to be overdressed. Depending on the company you are interviewing with a nice pair of pants or skirt with a nice top will work fine.
Be professional, but don’t be uncomfortable
If you have an interview for an office setting you will most likely go for a formal outfit. However, make sure you are comfortable in your outfit choice. The last thing you want is too uncomfortable throughout the interview.
Plan your outfit the night before

Pick out your outfit the night before so you don’t have to rush last minute. Also, it will help to pick out a backup outfit just in case.
Be yourself
Interviews can be a little nerve-wracking, but it is important to be yourself.  This can even apply to your outfit.  Your outfit can give a preview to your personality and what you could bring to their company.
These are just suggestions to help make sure you bring your A game during your next interview.   Find some of the possible outfit ideas below.
Santa Clara Wide Leg Pants
Anthropologie

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Did you find inspiration from these tips?   Let us know in the comments below.  
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