You are scheduled for a job interview. The competition is fierce and you need to impress the interviewer. How do you make sure the interviewer remembers you in a sea of candidates? You have to be dressed appropriately and let your wardrobe speak for you. Here is how you can do so.
If you prefer Western-wear: A pant suit is an ideal choice - no matter what your field of work. A suit is quite glamorous and still maintains a business edge. You can go for a simple one tone suit or something in checks as well. However, if you don’t have a pant suit, then a shirt with a blazer can also work well. A check shirt with a white blazer or vice versa would be a good pick. If you want to opt for something else, then go for a plain neutral colour shirt with loose pants and kitten heels.
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If you prefer Indian-wear: In case you prefer a more Indian look then go for a nicely weaved cotton or khaki sari. Avoid wearing georgette saris and make sure your blouse is not too deep. A plain salwar-kameez without too many colours or bold patterns can also do well. Pick something very basic yet elegant. A long kurta with pencil pants will also do well. If you are on the healthier side, make sure you opt for this look. White and beigeshades are good colour choices. You can complete the look with basic stud earrings or oxidised earrings and juttis.