January will no doubt bring about it’s usually 360 degree lifestyle revamp because there’s nothing like a new year to prompt positive changes. Before you twirl, toast, and make merry through the Christmas period, why not stockpile some statement outfits for your work wardrobe, so that 2016 can begin with a bang?! If you’ve got job interviews lined up, then look no further than these three ever-elegant street style peacocks who strike the perfect balance between looking chic, smart, and never try-hard.
Scroll down for three speedy and pitch perfect job interview outfit ideas!
On Patricia Manfield: Costume National top, bag, and trousers.
Workwear Notes: If you want to make an impact whilst maintaining a fuss-free, streamlined look then well-tailored trousers, plus a silky pussy-bow blouse is the perfect combination. Top button undone, is ideal for more relaxed office dress codes, and do add a pair of white leather brogues (or trainers, if you're interviewing for a media role!).
Workwear Notes: If you're in need of a power-packed outfit that will keep your street cred in tact, then a statement trench coat is your ultimate style fall-back option. Add a luxe pair of ankle boots to make your mark straight away.
On Pernille Teisbaek: Loewe earrings; Michael Kors top; Proenza Schouler clutch; Vetements jeans; Louis Vuitton boots.
Workwear Notes: Casual offices are becoming the norm now, so you don't want to look overdressed, nor do you want to appear unprofessional. What's called for her to walk this line is a premium pussybow blouse in crisp white, and a pair of high-end jeans. Top off the ensemble with your favourite leather wardrobe staples.
Shop more wardrobe classics and workwear staples at Net-a-Porter.com. Which look would you feel most confident going to an interview in? Let us know in the comments below.