September 18, 2018

Dress to impress on your next interview

You applied for your dream job and scored an interview. Congrats! Now it’s time to show your future employer that you mean business. While it may be tempting to wear something quirky or unique, keep it professional with these vestments and accessories by Jewish designers and let your personality shine instead. Now go get ’em!

GENTS:

The hand-silkscreened microfiber LOOSE SCREW TIE ($40) from UncommonGoods (above), a company founded by David Bolotsky, pulls together your look and elevates it with a subtle yet playful design. ” target=”_blank”>rag-bone.com

Tip: Make sure it’s ironed — details matter when an interviewer has to make quick judgments. 

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Tip: When buying dress pants, make sure the pant legs break at the top of your shoes. 

LADIES:

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Tip: If you do carry a smartphone, turn it off during your interview. 

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Tip: When buying a blouse, make sure it doesn’t gap at the bust and the buttons don’t pull. Be mindful of anything that exposes more than your collarbone. 

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Tip: Pencil skirts (and similar styles) should hit the knee or 1 to 2 inches above.