7 Ways to Make Your Interview Outfit Stand Out From the Pack

You’ve researched the company, have your resume printed, and know all your talking points, but if your outfit isn’t equally impressive, you could be missing your chance at landing the job. It’s easy to play it safe with a black blazer, white button-down, and trousers, but we recommend taking your outfit to the next level with our tips.

Scroll down to make sure you stand out at your next job interview.

Tip 1: Standout accessories are a good way to liven up more traditional interview outfit.

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Peony Lim

Tip 2: Add a personalised element to your outfit.
Tip 3: If you need to keep your outfit rather corporate, show a little bit of your personality with a bolder shoe pick.
We're quite smitten with Emmanuelle Alt's red pair.

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Athens Street Style
Tip 4: Wear one colour from head to toe, just not black. Grey is a lovely option.

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A Love Is Blind
And tones of camel work well too.

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Style Du Monde
Tip 5: So many people wear navy or black, that a bright colour can leave a lasting impression.
If a bright print feels too daring, colourful solids work well too.

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Style Du Monde
Tip 6: A print is a great way to add visual interest to office staples.

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Stockholm Street Style
Tip 7: When in doubt, keep it simple. You don’t want to stand out in a bad way.

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Tim Regas

Alasdair Summer Trench Flax ($849)

What's your best advice for acing an interview? Let us know in the comments below!