Some Exciting News + Tips

I am so excited because--drum roll please--I have a job interview today!  I have wanted this job for a while and I applied last month, so it is relieving and super exciting to finally be interviewing for the position.  Here is what I plan on wearing and few tips for impressing during your interview! 

Interview Wear

One thing to keep in mind when interviewing is "dress to impress".  This is always important because the first time someone sees you, you want to make a good impression.  Another important tip is Be Yourself!  No one likes seeing someone who isn't confident and comfortable in their own skin.  The last thing to keep in mind when interviewing is to have some background knowledge of the company/position you are interviewing for.  It always makes you look better when you can speak a little about their company and mission!

How do you dress/prep for an interview?



  1. good luck at your interview lovebug! the night before an interview I like to do a face mask so I feel refreshed & I drink some sleepy time tea so I won't be up all night stressing!

    Rachel @ makeshiftmunch.blogspot.com

  2. Great pick, it's perfect!

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  3. Good luck with the interview! I was once given the advice I found helpful, that when you are being interviewed remember that it is not a test, but a conversation. They want to find out if you would suit them and be able to offer a contribution to what the company works hard to do and vice versa.

  4. I love this outfit - it looks perfect for your interview! Good luck - fingers crossed for you!

    The Life & Times of Belle

  5. Good luck, I am sure you will do great!

    Ashley | History in High Heels

  6. Good luck on the interview, I am sure you will knock it out of the park!


  7. I don't doubt that your fun personality will shine through and you will nail the interview!

  8. I always research the company and employees and news articles! It is a great way to prepare and impress the interviewer by referencing material you found!

    Good luck! I am sure you will do great!


  9. Hope it went well! I was in undergraduate business school and did a post a while back with some advice on how dres to differentiate yourself in a more formal interview setting (http://christinaquinn.wordpress.com/2012/01/25/some-casual-business-casual-advice/).

    Also, a great tip I once received from a mentor was to be able to describe how you would use your skills and talents in the role you're hoping to get. It's always easier for future employers to picture you in a role if you can already explain how you'd do the job! Hope you get the job!



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