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Make the right impression

BOSS Interview Guide

The date of your interview is set. You know what’s expected of you and you’ve anticipated the type of questions that will be asked. There’s just one thing you’ve yet to decide on – what to wear to make the right first impression. How to dress like yourself but appropriately for the business you want to work for? Whether the job you want is corporate or creative – scroll down to discover how to dress to match your ambition.

For a corporate look

Business tailoring

Wearing your best suit is a no-brainer, but if you want to stand out from other candidates, you'll need to add your own subtle spin. Opt for a sharp BOSS suit in a classic colour like navy, but match it with a polished leather business bag or document case for a professional touch.

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Dress accordingly

If you've applied for a more creative role, in marketing or publishing for example, don't feel like you have to stick to a corporate dress code. A suit is an easy win, but opt for a simple knitted piece underneath rather than a shirt and tie.

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A look that means business

It's hard to stand out in a sea of skirt suits so why not try out a different skirt pairing. Look for a form-fitting pencil skirt, ideally in a darker colour or subtle pattern, and pair with a menswear-inspired shirt or a lightweight knit.

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