What to wear to an interview? Dress to impress with Rekucci
As the adage goes: “You only have one chance to make a good first impression.” Whether you’re joining the workforce for the first time or, seeking a new position, dressing for success is part of securing your dream job. Whether you’re targeting a fortune 500 company or a start-up, looking polished is an indicator of your level of seriousness regarding the potential position. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite professional looks to answer the question of what to wear to an interview.
The Tailored Miraform Skirt
This skirt screams “I mean business!” Stylish and figure flattering, a tailored skirt made from Rekucci’s stretchy Miraform fabric will keep you comfortable throughout the interview process. This charcoal pencil skirt is extremely versatile and office appropriate. Take the look from day-to-night by pairing it, with a silky blouse and then adding trendy accessories to hit the town.
The Silky Blouse
Refined and easy to wear, sport a chic look with a classic white blouse that brings a breath of fresh air to the darker palette of fall colors. No matter the season, it’s a multi-purpose piece of clothing that’s a must-have in any woman’s closet. Whether layered or worn on its own, you’re sure to have an outfit that is office-ready.
The Marilyn Pants
Functional but fashionable, a pair of well-fitting black pants is a no brainer when it comes to dressing for an interview. Change things up from the usual straight cut and try a stylish yet sophisticated new look with our Marilyn black pants. They are perfect to match with a feminine blouse or with a blazer for a more relaxed take on a classic suit.
The One-Button Blazer
A well-adjusted blazer is a woman’s secret style weapon. It elevates any tailored skirt, pair of pants or dress into workwear without compromising style. Layer this essential to add instant authority to your interview look. Once you get the job, it will become an important piece in your work wardrobe rotation. We love the style and stretch of Rekucci’s one-button blazer.