14 Foolproof (And Affordable!) Interview Outfit Ideas

Between worrying about those dreaded curveball questions to fretting over resume fonts, a job interview is stressful enough—you shouldn’t have to sweat your outfit too. That’s where we come in. We’ve seen countless interview ensembles in our day, and at this point have reduced what works (modern suits!) and what doesn’t (maxi skirts!) down to a science. Click through now for our tips and affordable shopping suggestions, so you can lock down the interview look that will surely win you the job.

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Even a tie-dye print can looks professional in the right cut and style.

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Don’t get too complicated with bulky layering. A simple button-down shirt plus sweater plus jacket combination is always a surefire bet.

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Rebecca Minkoff Collared Shirt ($195)

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Swapping out a blazer in favour of a biker jacket is a bold move—we only recommend it for a creative job environment, and if you keep the rest of your outfit rather buttoned-up.

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One piece of statement jewellery can show your personality in a good way, especially if there’s a story behind the piece.

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Lauren Ralph Lauren Tate Convertible Satchel ($171)

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Shake up that boring old suit by wearing a denim shirt underneath, rather than a traditional button-down blouse.

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While a traditional pencil skirt will always do the trick, the most fashion-forward silhouette of the moment is a slim midi.

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Belle By Badgley Mischka Val Snake Printed Pumps ($89)

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If you must wear flats, a smart monk-strap shoe is a polished choice.

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J. Crew Collection Cashmere Diamond Sweater ($140)

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For the most part, you should toe the line with classic, tailored pieces, but adding one piece with a punch of personality, like a pair of colourful snakeskin pumps, can make you stand out from the pack.

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Especially for non-corporate environments, mixing prints can show off your creative side.

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You can never go wrong with a smart suit. Just make sure it has a fashion-conscious silhouette, such as cropped pants.

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