Okay let’s be honest here, interviews are so nerve-wracking to begin with. Do any of you spend about an hour in the morning trying to figure out what on earth to wear to your meeting, or your interview? WE stand in the mirror turning around in circles, looking at every possible angle for about five minutes. After five minutes, we rip off the outfit, throw it and try on something new. Does anyone find this to be a recurring pattern? We’ve all been there and it can begin to delay your mornings. (We need those extra few minutes for our coffee). When we were younger, our parents would lay out our outfits for school the night before. Now, all we have is pinterest and our boyfriend, fiancé and husbands to tell us what looks the best and that can be a scary thing. If you are looking for a little more advice and inspiration, keep reading on ladies.
Be confident when you walk into the office and find the perfect look. Don’t we all wish that we could just roll out of bed and (poof) be perfectly ready in the morning? I am going to show you my casual business look. Also, might I add a few hair suggestions when rushing in the am. I’ve found these hairstyles to be a LIFESAVER.
Below, I am wearing a suede lightweight jacket that can be layered with a heavy winter coat or just as, when the weather permits. Underneath you can layer this blazer jacket with a white blouse or even a black flowy top. I am definitely a fan of pairing blacks and browns together. Depending on what type of interview you are going on, you can either pair this top with a nice pair of dark denim wash, or a black tight fitting dress pant. I LOVE any of the dressier pants from LOFT. LOFT, has such a huge selection for business casual attire. They tend to have great sales and you can register to get coupons sent in the mail. I linked a few of my favorite outfits down below.
As for the hair, I decided to do a french braid loose pony look. This is called my "I didn’t wash my hair las night but still am trying" look. It’s pretty simply. All you do is take a big section from the top of your head closer to your side part and begin to french braid. Take the remainder of the hair and tie it together with a hair tie. Sometimes, I use a few bobby pins to fasten away some of the fly aways and use a light hair spray to hold it in place. I would love to hear from you guys what hair tutorials you would like to see up on my youtube channel. I am beginning a Youtube and can’t wait to share all of my hair secrets and tutorials! Stay tuned.