I went on a job interview today - or what I like to call a "professional blind date." Doesn't interviewing always feel that way? You're trying to get to know the company, they're trying to get to know you - you're both trying to get a feel for whether or not you'd be compatible. I think interviewing is fun because it's always interesting to meet new people.
Equally fun - figuring out what to wear on that interview. I was meeting with a company whose culture is pretty laid back and casual, so I knew this outfit would be a little dressier than what everyone else was wearing. I wanted to convey respect for the company and the fact that they were meeting with me, plus show my personality. Here's how I did it:
I picked up this Rafaella Woman sheath dress at Macy's a few weeks ago. It was buried in the clearance section, and at the extremely reduced price of $19.99 I knew it would be a terrific addition to my work wardrobe. I love the classic fit and style, amped up with a panel of red material down the back. It fits a little loosely in the middle, so I cinched my waist with a corset belt from Torrid. Gunmetal accessories from Lia Sophia were the perfect finishing touches. The shoes are from Jessica London.